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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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ASSOCIATION VENICE FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 18. 1964 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE 10 CENTS

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'To 4th Fete Culprits Known I II


i. i Venice gesture SOUTn of made VENICE friendship a generous_toward South ;

the City of Venice !Monday
1+ night
'L r a I At Its Monday night meetIng .

.# IUBRlc3TIO5 the South Venice Civic
NOhGt11S Awn voted to contribute $25 Clues
Shy Boyer I
16E toward the $500 cost of the :
L, fireworks to be used on the I
Fourth of July during the
Venire Jaycees gala celebration .

SOUTH VENICE Sheriff been one arrest. A young servo companied the high school times all over the county cash
SVCA Public Relations Director Ross Boyer says he is certainhis iceman, home on leave, whose group to the beach year at high school graduationtime
.......... .. Hartley P, Dermond that his I
''-"' r'* *'*UM MMslis >1fcaMtjasim-jg ssJB Msstos' pointed out that feelings had identity of the teenage vandals taken into custody when he When asked why the sheriff's does the best it can in the dr.cumstances .
Dirt piles block view J of Devlin's garage from motorists not always been the best between who tore up the footbridge to tried to evade a roadblock department could not take .
the two communities South Venice beach the nightof thrown up around the area and more effective measures "The people of South Venue. '
and that a better situationnow May 30 and early on the knocked down a utility pole ands against such vandalism Boyer are aroused," said speak
'SF exists. The contribution morning of June 1. tree, causing $400 to $500 replied that such disorders from the floor "It is ne-.rty

i hks vli61 voted Jaycees at shows the renuest that "things of the South However Venice, Boyer Civic Assn told Mon the ,damage He apparently had BC.Cowpen could be multiplied ten or 12 (Continued on page 2))

Improving at least froma
are day night his deputies can not I

'e over the mounds of dirt road has taken away parking sola have been engineered In view public," Dermond relations said.point of make an arrest in such cases
Slough
Progress I
,-t four-lanlng of US for about 30 cars and that even to the four.laning currently under committed unless they or see unless a crime someone being
?;ve been piled In front when completed will reduce the construction which she
out warrant
swears namingthe
a
3 service station and visibility of the property and says converts the road from a
for the past several easy access to the service station 25 mile per hour zone to a 65 New Phone Book Boyer suspects appeared before the
i li George Devlin, unof driveway. mile per hour speedway, SVCA voluntarily to make a Inspected By OfficialsSarasota n
mayor" of Nokomis Devlin wife, Cora, also had "Maybe," caustically com report on the results of his
I.n charged this week her say in a letter to the editoron ments Mrs, Devlin, "we should Investigation,

r I.re, of the contractor the editorial page of today's rename it the Daytona Speedway Are Disiribuled May 30 was Memorial Day and Manatee County of a series of dams designedto will drain a 100-squars( ( mile
or' State Road Department GONDOLIER ." and the following day, Sunday, commissioners made a Joint control the flow of waterin area of Sarasota ai, Manage g
'" "ie the dirt heaps has Mrs Devlin points out that Terming it "the big goof of was baccalaureate day at Ven inspection yesterday of workon slack and rainy seasons. Counties In addition, it will I
:'.::1 his business to about the only two banked. curves on 1964" she also has a commentor Telephone subscribers In ice High School The destruc- the 36.mile Cowpen Slough The present phase of workis divert 25 per cent of the flood
h at of last year The the en'tire 16 mile stretch of two on the Intersection of Sarasota County are receivingnew tion of the bridge which start- land reclamation and water being financed by a cpunty waters from Phillipl Creek
c ran: also contends that road from Nokomis to Sara. (Continued on page :2) directories this week. De- ed on Saturday night was continued conversation project. appropriation of $411,000 and a which has presented a serious
1 her elevation of the new livery, which started June 16th, after midnight Sunday. The commissioners started federal government appropriation flooding problem "ted in front of his garage should be complete by June Seven NamesIt their tour at the ite of a damin of $1,600,000 south of Sarasota. It also will I
ned"! the value of his FSC Coed Newest 25th, was brought out In Mon- the Mission Valley area, one When completed the project (Continued on Page 8)
arty discussion that
night's
In Venice, Englewood, and day .....
e new road Is approxl-! North Port Charlotte director. about 15 carloads of teenagers .
four feet higher than went to South Venice beach on
lea are being mailed to all telephone
ride, of the old two-line subscribers Any customer the two nights Out of these .' '' .
in front of the Devlin 'Miss Venice' Entrywill in these areas who does the names of seven responsiblefor ,. ,) I
the destruction were report. :
arty The extra elevation not receive his book by June { .' '.
ed to have been obtained.
"t r< ult of banking thee 23 should contact the Venice
starts north be held at the high school "There has been no covering ...
which
just business office
field,
athletic
"
:h if service station and up. Boyer said, "We have the
Newest contender for the All of the listings and tele names but no crime has been
apparently for a high
>a Miss Venice title I Is Sally Jane phone numbers in the new directories charged because we have not
:iturn Proctor, daughter of Mr and have been corrected been able to obtain the evidence a '$1
end I 'nit on the new four-
Mrs. William F. Proctor, 315 through April 17. Any listingor specifically connectingthem. wv ysy _
highway, according ton S. Park Blvd., Venice. A telephone number change ." ,,k, ikafit a "wllw; f
II U be 65 mites perM I brown-eyed blond, Sally is a after that date will not be included It was disclosed at Monday
'.
'mum allowed ppccdt (Continued on Page t) night's meeting that there had ..
1 two-lane rood in th'I I I
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t 1 1 f south of Alhce Road a
"I' ir ".'s per hour I
'fit w, "' ? declared Dt ,!lin
'
I 1't have any b".;ine"s
.
The veteran N., !'imi'mm ,

f"'* which said cut off the the view dirt Commission
Okayed By
1 .t"e traffic lane now In' e
'tJ the new rood con.

"i "make "the people! Sarasota County commissioners taken due to a clerical error an emergency session late
to turn off have approved an application In setting up the Tuesday hear. Monday afternoon the county
':, 1 "In't see how to get : by Eagle Point Inc, in?. has only one other choice fora
'- \' ''h the dirt piled up I to purchase bottom land in Huston said the law requiresthat spoil area in Roberts Bay.

it n" he oct."rtr<1. a.. ... ..--.- Roberts Bay for the creationof property owners within Create An Island
1f ffirlnninst of U 41 bulk The other choice, Huston
a landfill area from spoil 1,000 feet of the proposed
a i B' Hburn Point ROAd S\LLY USE PROCTORA dredged from the proposed inland head line change be notified said, would be the creation of
"' Vimis' to thf.. beuin- water way. and that a clerk In one of the an island In the middle of the
'' the prooosrd b".r' pretty, blond year-old The approval followed a pub- county offices had notified only bay approximately the size of
j been in prosrcss for biology major at Florida Southern lic hearing Tuesday morning those landowners within 900 Veterans Memorial Park and
h f'er grade of the new College in Lakeland is the in the county commission feet. the Kentucky Military Institute I
c "t rear The rond is slat- latest entry in the 1964 Miss chambers Two other sectionsof If the relocation of the bulk- parade ''
,
'or t inletion in late Aus! Venice sweepstakes the application seeking head lines is approved, the Faced with that alternative
r. S, itember if the dead.is will be change in bulkhead lines .id county will then Issue a dredge VACC directors took no action
i met The beauty pageant that spoil to rescind a previous resolution
of the Issuance of a dredge and fill and fill permit so
mtrat'or for th. new four. staged as a highlight festivities permit will be considered at a from the Inland waterway approving the bulkheadline
-' project Is Ewell Con gala Fourth of July later hearing dredging in that area may be change despit: the protest
.r' on Co, of Lakeland sponsored by the Venice Area I I County Commissioner Masel deposited to create several of Carl Obendorf of Nokomis tcnndhrr hoto t>v D r,l M.ltoxl
h has nearly one-vear of Junior Chamber of Commerce.celebrating C Huston told Venice Area acres of landfill for future de. who owns the property directly COWPEN SLOUGH DAM under constructionIn day The dam Is one in series which will
king days to complete thearlin The all-day event Chamber of Commerce directors velopment by the owners of across the bay from the proponed the Mission Valley Estates vicinity, shownin control water level of the area. This is
I
America's Independence DayA second Eagle Point spoil! area federal reclamation and conservation
Monday that conceded at the above photo, was inspectet by Sarasota a Joint county-
further stated that public hearing will have to be Commissioner Huston explained Obendorf and Manatee County Commissioners yester- project
Continued on pate 2)
at (
of VACC directors
WIDE SELECTION held before any action can be to
WE DAD OUT to dine on Dad's Day gifts await you at VACATION Sale on at'' WATERMELONS 79c each
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I i"day Iewood,"' Visit or Venice one of the restau-fine Dick 4 Meadows Pharmacy Venice, I BEALL'S offers you many pound TURKEYS at Publlx Supermarketin Only 29e a I Garden RENT Auto A Center CAR from Telephone Gulf I I Kit-$1499 RONSON'300'at Llggett's Electric in Shave Ven I Bill ami Phillips Trail Ford on S. Tami- I at Shopping Kwik! Center Chek in the Ri.Ua Ifl

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11 231 W, Venice bargains for Father's Day. Center, 488-1093. :
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TWO THE GONDOLIER I VENICE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE ? ,
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I ObituariesJAMES ; EAGLE POINT Vandalism DEVLIN IRKED 'r

(Continued from. Page I 1) I I (Continued from Page 1) I' g'a/lqej/ : gUlteha

W. SHANNON LEONARD P. TRCOV: VACC emergency session that (Continued from rage 1)) Lire Trail with Bayview Parkway I

Janveo W. Shannon, 92 of Leonard P. Trecn: 67, of San the proposed bulkhead line two weeks now since thia hap. SVCA President Sherld Foster at t the entrance of the Bay 265 Nokomis Ara. Vmnic.r .

I W Cypeai Ave died yesterday Raefael St. Warm Mineral change was preferable to the pened and no action has been was directed by the civic Point section of Nokomis.The .

morning at Venice Hos Springs, died Sunday at Venice creation of a spoil island In the taken. It will take $SOI) to re. association to have the boardof Bay Point subdivision, In
pital. Hospital middle of the bay. But he re pair the damage and the bridge commissioners ahead and : ,
go I. -
words "seems
A native Iowan, he later lived A native of Versailles, Ohio, mained adamant in his protest must remain closed until it is repair the bridge A call for Mrs. Devlin's "' "

in Trenton, Mich. from who later made his home in that the filled area should not repaired" volunteers brought responses to be the gout of the drawing .--:. lit _

which city he came here six Indianapolis, Mr Treon cameto benefit private' Interests and Others from about half a dozen members board engineers" And she goes
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held out for Us use as a pub. pointer out that al.
years ago. He was employed Naples seven years ago and lie park. though South Venice beach is Commissioner! Jack Mills, on to point out that "the entrances 24 Hour Ambulance Service Nona 488221
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for 80 years with Detroit Edison moved to Warm Mineral In
who has had
experience
private It the highway are 110
property has been to
: Co, in the electrical and Springs In 1962:! He was retired Other Venice urea rcs'denl!' bridge construction, was designated AMERICA IS BLESSEDWe
.1 who at the TuesdAY used frequently by outsiders frep, when you get (to atop
maintenance department In 1956 afted! 18 years as n conductor appeared for foreman of the rebuilding
as in America been
beer-drinking have
t Mr. Shannon! was a member with New York Central hearing to protest private interests parties (the rive It la I impoasibleto seethe grafely blessed We hew been
I pf the Catholic Church of the Railroad. owning; the /anon are wilhout authorization of South projectThe exit" the recipients of the greatest temporal gift which, d

i Elli: hany and Senior Citizens He was a member of B R, were Mrs Charles MrG Roberta Venice residents' end in defiance cost of the restoration bestows, freedom, Freedom of the spirit, freedom of bad

i Club. T. Lodge 699 and Brotherhood George: T. Devlin" ..Toh of No Trespassing<< signs, was estimated variously at tn the some area' and obviously and worship freedom to walk the atr.ah unefrlid spyrti h
and that
"f Survivors Include his widow, of Railroad Trainmen of Indianapolis F. Laurcey and John Elkins was vandalized on the night both the bridge empty from $80 to $800. hurting! jubt as much by freedom to speak to God each In our own way, I"ytilllt

Mrs Genevieve R. Shannon Fraser. beer and whiskey'' the mounds of dirt thrown up '"d any place.Our ,
and two sisters, Mrs. Bella Survivors Include his widow Endorsements were received cans empty In other business at Mondaynight's
bottles were left behind In front of their establishment Services Art Aralloblt/ / To All
Smith of Clarion, Iowa and from the Venice Area Chamber Rtgordttuef /
Mrs Marv K Treon; a son, meeting, the SVCA voted businesses
Mrs Pearl Hendrick of Clinton Leon T. Treon of Naples, a of Commerce the Venice It was recalled that the same to look Into the question of are numerous small Financial/ Circumstances

i Iowa' daughter Mrs Charles Jonesof Yacht Club and th- South.. Sa-a. bridge was the target of vandals leveling off Rutland Park for 'Including several tourist accommodations I.t........ l t. Indlani and FlorIda
Rawles Funeral Home Is in sola County C .nervatlo and 11 i 11 l
Gardenia Calif: a brother at high school use as a playground for chil- r a
charge of arrangement. U. J Treon: of Pious, Ohio; Council, plus a number of res time last l year graduation J j dren of the community. I stores I

and two sisters Mrs. Mary dent" .

JAMES: JESSE TAILOR Draher of plqua and Mrs Ohendorf RIM presented a

James Jesse Taylor 71, of Margaret<< Grunert' of South petition with 230 names requesting

Route 2. Nokomis died Tuesday Bend" Ind. that the commission
at Venice Hospital Funeral I services will be conducted incorporate a canal on the bay

A retired painter he came < today at 10 a.m. lit side of the proposed fM running .

to Nokomis two years ago Raw'leu Funeral Home Chapel! the full length! parallel to

from Creve Coeur Mo. He wasa with The Rev. Anstodemo the highway! with provisionsfor

native of St. Louis Rodriguez of Cathnlic Churchof multiple boat launchings
the Epiphany officiating Interment Huston told VACC board
)lr. Taylor waa a member
of American LeiolCreve will be in Gulf Pines members he was anxious to
Memorial Park clear up the matter before the
Vet.
Coeur Memorial Poet 379:
crane of Foreign Wars Tami- public hearing and to squelch
Veterans rumors that any "deal" had
mot Memorial Post 8118:
REBECCA JANE GARLAND bet'1made between the county
of World War I Venice
Area Barracks 764 and Venice. Rebecca Jane Garland 82. and the owners of the Eagle

tIt;." Nokoml a Lode 1854. Bentwol: :- of Bradenton" grandmother of Point property.
ant and Patriotic Order of tI Garv Bell of 105 Aurora Ave. Huston said there was no

i E'Vs' West, died Friday at Veterans truth to the rumor that the

.I Funeral services will beheld Memorial Hospital Rradenton. Eagle Point Corp had agreed!

today at 10 a.m. at Far Born In Hampton Tenn.. she to spend $50,000 to extend a
l' lev Funeral Home with The later lived in Johnson City, pipeline from the canal to the

Edward L. Dinkins! pastor ofGrace Tenn and came to Bradentonfrom two proposed spoil areas involved .
1 Methodist Church, officiating there in 1947. \in the bulkhead line
hanpe! one east of Highway
: Graveside services
She is survived bv
I lI t will be conducted by VWW I Robert and Edward of Brad sons 41 and the other west.
the is that H
He said truth
I Venice Area Barracks 764 two Mrs
enton, daughters.
Pelham Curtis Eagle Point
Interment will be in Sarasota Hattie Bell of Bradenton and
president, has agreed to anend
Memorial Park.
Mrs. Lane of
Mabel
Watauga I 53.000 of which $2.700 will be
Tenn.: five brothers William for dikes to confine the spoil
md Erwin of Johnsen
Hopion inside the bulkhead lines and
FSC COED
City; leak and Clifford Hopson
$300 in additional pipeline extension -
of Green' Mountain, Tenn and
(Continued from Pate l) costs to fill the eastern. ..
Jake of Unlcol Term
Hopson ;
of the farthest
most two
-
student at FSC where she will Ren- areas
five sisters Mrs. Handy
canal ofwav.
begin her sophomore year in fro, Mrs. Charlie Bnllev and from the right ,"

I I ji,j' the fall Mrs C. W. Wilcox of Johnson Huston. said the corporationalso .
;t Sally's favorite sports are City; Mrs Mary Huges of
will be
tennis and golf SI.e also likes Roan Mountain, Tenn and required to pur-

art and dramatics and for her Tn. Gus Tipton of Green chase approximately 13 acres ,
submerged land from the trus-
talent presentation will do a Mountain five
; grandchildrenand
i tees of the state' Internal Im-
I monologue < six: .great-grandchildren
of
She Is five feet six and one- : Funeral services' were heldIn provement Fund at a price ).

I half Inches tall and measures Johnson City yesterday' with approximately $500 an acre. ,tk '
3634-36 interment In Montavlst Cemetery And he went on to explain t ; : ; ,' .'I- .. "

I Two other entries In the Miss there Rawles Funeral that the IIF board may, under .,..
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the law only sell :-ubmerged
t Venice contest are Ruth Ann Home was In charge of arrangements -
and rights to the uplands own-
Ziebarth and Georgia! William. .
son Mias Williamson was the er Y
Huston further stated the .
1, first to sign up as a contest. .
ant in this year's pageant corporation has agreed to donate : ': ..
hair RHIE ROILCAIL more than five of the 13 ;: : ..
Ruth
Ann 20-year-old
a ; .i
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I I acres to the county for use as ;! 'HaUv1, : ; ; .. I.: \
I I I stylist at the Charm Beauty M. and Mr Barrr O tittle Yen.Ve roadside park .:itl': ,.,.,' .- .L. 'J"r., .
a '
t, Salon, Is a 1961 graduate of rv B.... Rori 11144 111,!! amJohn '. '. "' 1 ,- ; .r.
The comm'ssioner .
; Steven title. county . Venice High School She is the .
Dr. and stn. Lewli M. Ranndera. went on to explain that the ; ,, : ,'iW .
daughter of Mrs Katherine I.. Enelnrood. fla.. ".b, Bo l 4-15-44.
Ziebarth 1972 Roberta St., 10:M am. Not gamed eo rot.fi1 basic idea of the spoil area 1\
:I East Gate was not to benefit private In. ;

I She has brown hair and eyes terests or to create a park,
but simply to provide the required -
stands five feet six Inches tall a'd1S!
and measures 36.26-36. spoil area for the pro-

I ,, Miss Ziebarth is a memberof posed canal
the Venice Area Cosmetologists ADMISSIONS Using maps and aerial photo. This

Assn Her hobbies areswimming June It.... Enklne: Venice. I..... raphs, Huston pointed out that
t fi' and Tarlor Nokonli! Antonio( Quatrone. NP all other areas failed to meet
I tennis singing John Rel.n.r. Venire'
Charlotte! I IErneet the size for de-
She sang \hi the 1963 Junior Plait 1..1.C.tborino, Zle. requirements Space
Woman's Club Follies and will booth Venire! Arthur Stewart, Venice! positing the approximately
J.... V. Norma vales
cubic of
190,000 yards spoil
sing in the talent portion of l.no 1\, Marie'Elliott. N P. ChowMate
the contest : Ellaaheth Wlleo. V..I.., Arthur And he noted that no spoil cane
J. Daviea. Venice! Ronald Mae Murray, > dumped inside the Venice ReservedFor "
The 17-vesr-old: Miss Wil Vonloo, PVanela. Me .Main. Venice.
: Ii.mlDlof 1210 Laurel Ave., June It i Sandm Uttle. Venice) Slobs city limits under the four-
Talada. Entlewoodi: Babr liar Little arty agreement with the West / .
East Gate Georgia senior "..
a
,
.nlcei Jean Hardteon Siraaotai I '
.
:
Coast Inland Dietrlct -
this fall at Venice High School, lIoa Sisk'" V..loo Navigation .
June Jamei brass. Nohmalet, the Road
111' State Department -
is a letter and key award win ., ,
,t' orothy Tttomaa, !Noltemle Neleon Dunn
and Sarasota County.
Port Carl Miller, Venice.DISCHARGES .
ner in the Girls' Athletic Aden ClerlotU!
Huston said 88 700
some .
and a member of the VHS

Folk-Singing Club June lilt Brneatlne Fletcher, Venice. yards of spoil will be pumped General Development Corp.
into the proposed spoil area onthe ,
Prancli
,. She was first runner-up In William! VanHowe. Venice! Garr ,
Venice I Autlo Quantrone (eiplred) west side of the highway
: the Union Volunteer Fire De- Venkei. Do""' .. I>o>w.I.', F...,...", ,
I. \ partment's 1964 Miss Flame lu.o fit Robs E..kl.. Vale l J.sk and an amount in excess of
5.51,0..,. Vatat. Jana Nnnna I... 95.000 cubic yards on the eastside
contest and second runner-up prod, ( V.nlc. .i Albert Roth. North Pat
.
in the Miss Siesta Key com Charlotte! Grvoorla Fanrhn. ImmnkalM.Roweni .
lu.o II, Cnllto' Valal. Huston cautioned Chamber ..
petition. ....,. .
Ronald MM. V..lro .1&0..11 '
An older sister. Duchess, Man. V..leo, Ellaabath ,.,...... V... directors not to think for one :
Iii, East PI.tt, E..I....... minute that the canal won'tbe r
won the Miss Venice title twoyears ;,
Jon.a Martha Biala .plred\
built. Said Huston "The <
agoMeanwhile. Venice, Clarion, Burve. Laurel Pr .. )
Pageant chair. .,Ida Cora,. '-...roI'' Harold Confer. U.S government is going todir :: :
I enlcel, Loulee D'nan, Noknmle' Colleee.utrh. a canal whether we like :
man Bob Knuckles announcedthat Placlda/ : Frant MeClale. Haomla I
.. ...... It or not.
the final, Hate for .nfr.t ) Jam* The" V. ,
"
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I II; ;ing the. Miss Venice contest : .. .

Ii' will be Saturday, June 27-just .. I

on* week awayKnuckles .Sea ,yP ; ,t .: ,
C.I said a special .. ,
meeting will be held at 7:30p

m. on the final day for filing

applications at the community .
of the First Federal 1"
room Savings .
'I't and Loan Association' "j' \.:" ". +.i I'
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Venice branch. ,'> '

This will be the last date, 4PAGE '< :...: -' '. ."tC'; ;.: ;'r
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,
according to the pageant chairman

; it'' that entry blanks will be 223 W. MIAMI AYENUE VENICE

I V available. He said the meetmgIf .. '
:. j t f.. will be for contestants and ,
i l their parents and will Includea .. '.

discussion on the rules and

regulations. of the contest along It Helps Them DecidePrice
with an outline of the final
,
I week's plans and the July 4 4

j review Knuckles said the discussion !is a leading factor in the decision ., Ji .\

also will include the length of of many families to call Rawles Funeral r 'j( '-' 0>" --
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Douglas Leases 1lr:'t\ 4 f [
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Gulf TheatreFred Officials Get PreviewOf Wear- I

Douglas of St. Petersburg Y
general manager of w+'$
Holiday Amusement Co. of You Get Extra r
Cincinnati for the past two By-Pass Canal Spans
years, is the new lessee-man. Value Here
ager of Gull and Tropical I IDad
Prlve-In Theaters.He i
began operation recently Venice city officials got their pleased with the SRD plans' struction of the bridge and its .R
first look Monday at plans for I for an underpass under theproposed .
approaches.Also
after signing an 18-year lease Loves Loafing in He'll look
with William Mitchem owner, the proposed U.S. 41 By-Pass i East Venice Avenue I discussed was a prob- splendidin
who purchased the theater last road and the three'bridges : bridge whlrh will allow a continuous lem involving the lowering of
year and made extensive improvements which will span the canal in flow of traffic from Intersecting I water lines along the proposed DAe1L LON SHIRTSHe a
in both the Venice area. : streets north and By-Pass road at an estimated -
operations.I' North Cool
'. -- -- ._ The drawings and engineer- south of the proposed bridge, I cost of $10,000. Responsibility likes them with pockets, Suitby
ins data were shown to The city also received a I for this cost was dis-
bers of the City Council mem-I tentative okay from the SRDon claimed by both the WCIND good weight and Quality in all Sagner
unannounced Informal a request to the state to and the SRD, leaving the problem popular colors. They dry in a I '
with representatives of the I take over the entire length of to be worked out betweenthe jiffy. ;1 Light, Cool for sum ),
State Road Department, the East Venice Avenue for main, city and the county. mer
West Coast Inland Navigation tenance and repair. The State Jades Manhattan i I
District and Sarasota County I Road Department had asked Some folks can't see beautyin DACRON BLENDS r +
1ommI8sloners, the city originally to deed only anything unless decay has $399 $199
I City officials reportedly were a sufficient length for con set in.

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dark tones, plain or I"
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FRED DOUGLAS $199 $ Shorts, Long,
Is SS9
Mitchem currently vacationing to
in Missouri but will continue Stouts, Short Stouts
to make Venice his home, 35 to 46. They wash ,
Douglas said.Theater Tremendous selection of Solids-
policy and prices Plaids-Prints. and wear, or dry r$v
\1'11remain\ the same except clean beautifully -
Fine Cottons Dacron Blends
and u
that the Tropical is now
will continue open seven days y : 7 Sizes 28 to 50 seldom needed (they
a week. Douglas plans no hold creases),
major changes other than fur-
ther improvements at the

Tropical.He was. general manager of !MEN ARE HAPPY IN HANES LET HIM a
a theater circuit in San Antonio
Texas prior to his affiliation RELAX Z :'.!
with Holiday Amusement
Co. Prior to that he was with
sStyled
the United States Air Force for

three A native years.of Fort Myers, he HITTING THE ROAD back North in Cam- lotte, headed for Niagara Falls, the World's
married another Floridian, the Pact 95 self-contained campers manufactured Fair, Maine and Canada. A Venice Gardens Reinforced neckband
former Faye Walker of Naples. in Nokomis are at least two families of couple, Mr and Mrs. J. Burch Tenneyson .
They have five children, ranging area winter residents. First to leave were of 117 Edgewood Drive, left last weekend. j keeps Its shape.
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in ages from two to 12. Charles and Mary Milliken of Port Char Hanes r
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Small, medium, large-, Dacron Blends 100% Dacron in the styles
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Dad wants.
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And did you ever hear
jai of shorts with i seamless
seat I Nothing to bind! Hanes Dacron and Wool, Blends ,
Civvies ire Sanforized*
-3% and bias cut to j-i-v e in the
stretches. Two styles In Fine All Wool $995 to $1495Sizes

solid white or stripes.
23 to 44. 28 to 50 Regulars and Shorts

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fIr By DOROTHY GAYNORWomen's r- : Miss Lois White CompetesFor


gottin Editor

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A eratuituous tip to the state While they were so close to
publicity and promotion department NYC, they took in the World Next Week\ / In Sarasota
: Best possible pro Fair, of course, and Lois said
motion stunt would be to send, they were most pleased with
r en masse, Florida tranoplan- and proud of the Florida Pa.
irk Hotel Lido Beach Sun at '7:30: .m. Tickets
: on p
tees "back home" for a look. vilion, It is on the water, may be
-wr : see No matter where "home"was smack on Meadow Lake, and ..r I ,s' at I p.m. After registration purchased locally at Dick and
they will begin the hectlcweek'a Meadows Drug Store
from
Florida will look ao-o-o-o enhanced with Imported ( East
1 good Particuladly Venice, here) flamingos, cranes and activity with a press Venice Ave., for $5 for all four
J a a which is so nice to come home various examples of Florida infer nee at 3:30: p.mAll performances
to. vegitation. Best of the state the girls will stay at the First prize winner will wn|
-,- exhibits, she thought. f ,ndmark during the Pageant a chance at the Miss America
Convinced of this state, and -0- with assigned! chaperones who contest in August in Atlantic
own's. charm are Mr. and After attending the American have been thoroughly briefedon City, a $1000 scholarship, t
Mrs, Charles E Miller of 245 Legion Convention in Jackson. the week schedule, Lois $500 wardrobe, use of a new
Sam Marco Drive. New rest vllle this month, Mrs Arthur : car and personal appearances
ildThe
dents as of June S, they came Swanson went on to Fort 1 girls! have been assignedto \ ( fees ranging up to $100 a day
here with their 19-year-old Pierce for a visit with her son a red. white or blue designatlin during her reign.
r daughter Alice, to make their Edward, his wife and three which will Indicate their There will be a special! a.
home Alice will]) enter St Leo'i children at their St. Lucie mnetiton! sequence Lois isIn wards talent brunch on Satur.
College] In Dade City in Sep- Estates home She returned on the "blue" group which day and another brunch Sun.'
ember. Sunday. e. me ins she will be Judged; Wed day morning for the winners.
tr i w -0- -0- nosday night! with that group Miss White plans to spend
lt, rJOINT Home from a month vaca Mr and Flssler ? in evening gown competitionwhile the summer In Muncie. Ind
Mrs George the 'whltea' in working, and hopes to intoa
lion in Arkansas, scarcely of Pointe White Cap Apts. left i compete go
e lighting for any length of timein Monday for their summerhome swim suits and the "reds" in fashion career upon comple.
any one place, are Mr and at Amagansett, Long Island the talent contest tion of her college work. She
Mrs R M. Beale of 312 Park They took the long way -- Mondav will be given over to completed her first year at
Lane Drive who returned Saturday rehearsals! mornin, afternoon Manatee Junior College last

_, MISS LOIS ANN WHITE
visit their
C Mrs Beale formerly daughter and the Robert and evening Tuesday: will be June
family
INSTALLATION SERVICES for Mrs W;::am Eit E hth District Aux. lived In Lonoke, Ark. and the Grannises in Welleslev Typical of the 31 hard-work. devoted to hair appointments. She Is the daughter of Mrs
American Legion No-Vel Post 159 and Auxiliary tl ir> pi ,ant wits Arhur! Sw. nson, No- Bealeg visited their many Mass. The Grannls family will log beauties who will compete afternoon talent rehearsals and Mary' L, White of 412 Pensa.
I were conducted here Tuesday by Vel Aiix ,iry president Cl innce Kirchway, friends and relatives In that spend part of the summer with for the Miss Florida of 1964 TOUO staging rehearsal In the cola Road
Eighth District officer Installing officers No.Ve) Unit commander, and Sawyer Albnt- area. They came here to live the Fillers at Amagansett be'ore title in Sarasota Sunday evening
and new heads of the unit are, left to right, ton, Eighth District Commander. In 1961. they, the Fisslers, returnIn through Saturday is 19year.old The competitions begin Wed
-"- Lois Ann Unite, the reign ne dav. Lois has her firstjudge's Goodwill Industries has been
September. described as "a non-profit en.
log Miss Venice. interview that afternoon
Joanne Curwood daughter of
-0- terprise with a heart" as it
Double Installs Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cur. Off this week for their Lois, who is five feet six devoted trains 25,000 handicapped persons -
Ceremony Thursday will be to
wood of 39 Hatchet Creek Andover' N. J summer homeare Inches tall and weights 120 annually throughout the
dress rehearsal for that evenlng's
Road Is vacationing here on Dr and Mrs. John Casper. rounds., is a green-eyed dark. U S
and
I her nine-day: leave from studies son of 209 S. Harbor Drive with blond-haired young lady with preliminaries rest
at St. Joseph. Infirmary their youngsters, Dawn and measurements of 35.25-37. She the evening competition In
OfficersAmerican School of Nursing in Atlanta Johnnie. They expect to be has been working the past two which Lois will appear In the FREE:
Auxiliary swim' suit category
Legion She brought with her, for the
gone for about two months months several hours each dayon SUN ELECTRIC ENGINE
follow
will
Friday the same
much-needed rest both have her talent skit under the DIAGNOSIS CLINICTo
-oEntertaining schedule Thursday except
earned a classmate, Miss a*
direction of Mrs Myrtle Byron
American Legion i No-Vel Installing officers for the New Auxiliary officer are Judith Kearney, daughter of Instead of de. that Lola will rehearse during< Check Electrical and
Liebel.
She will give a monoogue -
Post 1S9 and AuxIliary 'Legion were Eighth District Mrs. Arthur Swanson, presi Mr and Mrs, Paul Kearneyof parting are Dr Mid Mrs. written by Mrs Llebel the afternoon for her talent sk> Ctrburetion Performance of
I were installed by Comdr Sawyer Albritton and dent; Mrs. William Johnston, Atlanta. The girl s have two Keifer R. Calkins of Apalachicola for the Miss Florida Pageant, that nlht Your Car Engine. All Makes
tricl officers Tuesday Offke.r'j his staff from Siesta Key. Mrs first vice-president; Mrs. Wagner more years of training' and this Road who are thoroughly and end her skit with a baton. Final competitions will be at and Model
in ceremonies at ,:: William Eisele of Port Charlotte Eskelmen, second vice- is the longest "time out" they enjoying a three-week visit twirling act 7:30: p.m. Saturday and the new Call/ for AppointmentJune
and her district staff werein president: Mrs Richard Sauer. will get during their four-years. from their son, and daughter Miss Florida: will be crowned 18, 19, 20 > 8 .m't noon
charge of Auxiliary installations wine. secretary; Mrs. George crammed-into-three training; In-law. Mr and Mrs. KeiferR. Lois will report with the other nt 10:10 p.mAll .
Miss Hightoner Kaup treasurer; Mrs. C. N. Judy Is here for her first visit Calkins II and their three 30 contestants five from the the competitions! will be WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH'
(Cap) Stevens. historian; Mrs and loving it. Today another children Keifer III, Kyle end Miami area which produced at Sarasota Municipal Auditor.
New officers
Legion are
Is Graduated As Clarence Kirchway command. Mason berson, chaplain: of Joanne's friends, Clark Kathy Ann. The beach and area last year's winner, Miss Flora Sum, the preliminaries beginning Phone 488-6745
er Wagner Eskelmen senior Mr. Kermit Wise, sergeant Cloud of Canton' Ga arrive! recreational facilities are the Jo Chandonnet, to the Land. < at 8 p.m. and the finals ---J
vice-commander; John Retty at-arms, and Mrs. Curtis for a three-day visit and will big drawing card for the
Dental AssistantNancy junior vice-commander; ; Mel Boyle, assistant sergeantat.arms. then drive the student nurses youngsters, the grandparent

Rebber finance officer; H. Q. i back to Atlanta say
Anne Hightower was Thompson, chaplain; Paul I Next meeting of the Auxiliary -0- --
one of 24 graduates of the Sanders. sergeant.arms: will be Mondav at 8 p.m. Harry and Lois Sioblom of School and college news re
Dental Research Clinic of Jack Marshall historian and at the Legion Hall. Mrs. Swan. Myrtle Avenue got home last ports that Jon Harden has been
Tomlinson Vocational School in Sid Raffner adjutant. son will give her report on the week from a visit with their named to the dean list at Rochester
St. Petersburg June 5. The Department convention in son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Institute of Technology!
dental assistant course offered Executive board members and Mrs Robert Spiegel of He' a freshman there Also on
Jacksonville June 47. The
is the only one in thirteen installed were Robert Sanborn Cedar Brook, N. J. and their the honors list, at University of
southern states recognized by Bill Hales. William chelberg press-book and history book children Harry and Mark. South Florida, are Norma
the American Dental Associa. er and Ralph Breedon. will be on display. They left here the last of May. Dunn and Gary Howland. WHAT
tion and the young ladies who
received diplomas will become
certified dental assistants following -

Nancy state mother board Mrs exams.J. A fI' IN ONE! EVERY

Hightower of 529 Riviera said
Nancy was one of two gradu
atea to receive a "second
award." First scholastic award !hi WELL-DRESSED
went to Sara Jane Roberts of CULLIGAN
Duneden and second to Nancv
and Louise Claire Swenson of
St Petersburg The graduation MAN SHOULD
exercises took place in Mirror HARBOR LIGHTS WATER CONDITIONING CO.

Lake Christian Church in St . has been appointed the distributors for PERFECTION DISTILLED WATER cW I

Petersburg. KISSIMMEE SPRING WATER In the VENICE AREA! k KNOW

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Joanne Blackbt'-n p;: NEED WATER?

Graduates From /7 you'll find it with ABOUT

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Joanne Blackburn dais "t.I FOR RENT OR SALE +.i.imr
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Blackburn of aurcl. w ,its cra.l.1 ,
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THE GONDOLIER PA
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Miss Sarah Farley




Vo Wed! Lt. Gabel.1 1s F,0 I iiwii1':

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dllu"hter,
Miss Sarah
Ruth ,
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Fnrlcy of Tampa to Lt

Jhm worth.r"Air Allen Fore Gabel Base,of S. Dak Ell,. NEB' f. DOUBLE S & H GREEN STAMPS ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS

The 8rjom-ele? ) <* 1 Is the -
son
r sN of Mrs. Roberta VENICE SHOPPING CENTER WEST VENICE AVENUE
Gabel
Coffey

of Ernest Tampa GabelirMu'cFuarle'r and the late Col p d'1 t l" r'd WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ALL LOCAL PRICES PLUS GIVE YOU

( attended Plant S & H GREEN STAMPS.

jr duated School from in Tampa Venice, High was Just bring in the page from the local paper in which the adv appears

School and has an Associate and we will meet or beat any local current price on any identical item

of Manatee Arts decree Junior in College.nursing' She from is plus give you free S & H Green Stamps ', t

employed at Tampa General
Hospital.. ,
tt. Gabel was graduated RESTAURANT SPECIALS ,<
from Plant High School and re- '
calved his B. S. degree in as- I
tronautic.II engineering from l. Ij 'IIf(# THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
the
University of ddBn
Florida. He II lt' lfr5iiiia
f
was commissioned a lieuten
ant In the Air Force "
upon grad
; ROAST SHRIMP MEAT
uation.
,5 s SARAH RUTII FARLEY
The wedding will be at 8pen.
and Mrs. John J. Far I June 29 at the home of
iif Nokomis Ave. BEEF CREOLE LOAF
265 anUa the bride's parents. The Rev.
engagement of their Melee DePegter urtll-... *./'.*:.".!ate. .

y en tZ % 82 82 82

lainbow Girls Will Leave t 551 -

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nfiirrlav. For. Grand ccomhl" 99c r
"" *<*' Morton I. Complete Sunday Dinner

deep Venice girls, mem- I I son, Norma Owen, Sharon --
oJ Order of Rainbow fort Donna Wheatley, Louella CHECKING LAST MINUTE notes and look. rangers, Mrs. Clyde Lasbury left. Gulf The- I
will leave Saturday Kirby Georgia Williamson, big over the advertising for the Asolo Comedy ater Manager Fred Douglas and Mrs Gene REMEMBER DAD SUNDAY JUNE 21st.
gig with five chaperones Beverly Kiss, Inez Stevenson, Festival cast's free presentation here at Green The Festival opens July 9 at Ring- .
!the Grand Assembly Sun Susan Jones, Suzanne Peterson Gulf Theatre today at 8 p.m. are the ar- ling Museum' Asolo Theater, Sarasota I
thorugh Wednesday at Willene Hendrix, Diane
ge Washington Hotel, Lash, Mary Piper, Grand Outer DESENEX,1 .I141 ALKA-SELTZER 38J P

.sonville.fr Observer Nancy Cooper and I Vol. Bofrl of 251. 5C Sill'
"ill join the Sarasota Worthy Advisor Janie Bruin. Comedy Festival Cast Gives :
in Sara-
mbly contingent Miss Eiss will serve as
and go by train to the Grand Page and Miss Williamson
BACTINE
ration as Grand Choir Member EX-LAX 23 62J,

aparones from Venice will from the Venice Assembly at Free Performance CHOCOLATE 39c Slit With Sprayer 1.09 Sire'
'ire William, Hendrix, Mrs. the convention TonightUSAF I ,
ire Bruin, Mrs Ralph Misses Norma Owen, Bev- 4 I
erson, Mrs Daisy Steven. arty Eiss and Willene u.I,m... x OLD SPICE
I"'J
and Mrs Louise Webb will be presented as the new Four professional actors, this afternoon in Sarasota at ,Ice appearance were made by GILLETTE ,
ler advisor and Mrs. Clay grand cross of color members. members of Asolo Theater Asolo Theater In a special performance Mrs. Gene L. Green and Mrs. 5(; AFTER SHAVE LOTION 73
Comedy Festival Co are on for delegates attending Clyde Lasbury, Asolo board I FOAMY. 98e She... .
*r.nie. Major item of business will\ the West Coast of Florida today the Southern Conference of members 1,25 Six. ............
> Assembly members be selection of the 20 state officers
in Sarasota and Venice the Council of State Govern. I
will attend are Misses for the 1964-65 year. presenting from "The Tickets for the season'sshows '
scenes ments
(ft Brewton, Linda Steven" The girls will return June 25 Taming of the Shrew" may be obtained at the LESS THAN ORIGINAL WHOLESALE COST k
The full cast is currently rehearsing box office at Asolo Theater
The Venice appearance of in Tallahassee for the LLETiESFECIdL!
) VERKIT!
Monday through Friday from NSON OO'sU I
cast members Polly Holliday, opening of the Comedy Festival Slim Adjuaable.hinter
9 a.m to S p.m. and on Saturdays
Albert Smelko, Paul Weidner in Sarasota! on July 9, .
and Features
Sundays from 2 to ,
and Grant will rrQ i11 ,
Kilpatrick be ,
The four productions to be 4 mas iw teelbadea I
a1ww p.m .4 w
at Gulf Theater at 8:30
: p.m. shown this year are Shakesoeare's MicroThinihavlni 7uS Sun N '
.r There will be no charge. i Richard G. Fallen general Up
"Twelfth Night, Mo- screen "e' AlterShavr
? U I
The previously scheduled Here's "Imaginary Invalid I director of the Asolo Theater for faster ti ; t 'Iy ( 2.31 e
showing of the film "Flipper," Christopher Fry's. "The Lady'sNot Comedy Festival, announcesan haves.. Reuse Trim YaL i imet. i
has been pushed up to ( p.m. For Burning"! and Sheri expanded and enriched able box 39 N
r and the audience will be In dan's "School for Scandal." academic program to be heldIn delux* trivetcue T? +
vited, as is the rest of the pub- There will be seven evening conjunction with this year' coil
lic, to attend the stage pre. performances each week and theater program. cord k shavs
sentation, Gulf] Theater manager matinees on Wednesday, Friday A six week's session of seminars lotions.Practically. SPECIAL!
Fred Douglas said. and Saturday opens July 23 and runs PAL
aFTS The Asolo cast will appear Arrangements for the Ven- through August 20. Subjects to Half Price Ii2j j tl. I.9SSUlnl is ar -
J0r be covered In the seminars are ? f u Steel Rtxor k ? I ,
_
Increases Commedia dell'arte, Moliere, /4 e, pkg. bUdes, -F ,
Max Howard Is Neo-Classicism, Elizabe than 79$ Surma"
DNJr Dramaturgy, Shakesne are's Share Can l f I f
Education Plan Comedies Restoration Comedy : COMPLETE SELECTION/ Of ELECTRIC/ RAZORS... 2,74 Value jiI I","..
Installed As 18th Century English Comedy
Additional educational benefits Poetic Drama, Style In CHCOSFf ROM REMINGTON-SUNBEAM-SCHICK ,,59
JAItMA 'S have been added to the !'Drama, Stvle In Asolo Acting, NORELCO .. All 47 OUR LOW, LOW PRICES!
Head USAF In its stepped- Spain's Golden Ale, and Gel-
DeMolay up recruitment program drive for Women don! and Italy's] Contribution. ........ ... rMiais t
rat
In the Air Force, accordingto Teaching staff for the seminars r:
More than 100 parents and Sgt, Chuck Riley of the 18" Texon
atBLITCH'S will be drawn from the T
friends were present at DeMo-
Sarasota Air Force Recruitingoffice professional members of the 1 L
lay Installation services June
company and will Include A. CLUB BAG TRI!
T F at Masonic Temple when
SHOE STORE High school graduates between H. Dorlag, Harlan Shaw. Rich ,
Max Howard, son of Mr. and
18 and 27 years of age ard and ChafTPs Relmer L
Fallon
lined,
W, Venice AvenutTHURSDAY Fully Zip-
209 Mrs. W. R. Howard of Coral eligible and receive Brush, con-
are may of Florida State University,
a Street took the oath of Master information on enlistment and Robert Strane of the Drama per, lock, fi tainera etc, S
Councilor of Robert E. Lee benefits at the office at 45 S. Leathercase,
Department of the Universityof and key, 1
FORTUNEBEALL'S Chapter Pineapple Ave., Sarasota or Nevada and Eberle Thomas.
David A. Bowles Jr., son of by telephoning 858-3292. ONLY y" 13.58 Val '
6 AJ' Seminars will meet from 2
The Rev. and Mrs. David A. Careers open to women Include ,,
Bowles of Field Ave. was weather forecasting, X- tn 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday. tiw
awarded the Representative ray processing, finance, public Thursday and Friday during ,,99 X49
DeMolay Award, highest self- information, medical and den the session.
achievement distinction a Dellolay tal. Members of WAF For complete Informationand M r
Center member can earn. i assigned: to any of emoy admittance forms for J57rWll *
Venice Shopping Paul Raymond and Jim Ballard Force Bases in the United Trimester III B, those Interest.
BOTH were named Chevaliersof States or at numerous over. ed should write the Registrar,
the Order of DeMolay. seas areas. Florida State University, Talla. ELECTRIC

REALLY CLEANING Mr. and Mrs. Rose hasaee hours .of Fee university charges credit for six lit fREE CIGARS I CHARCOAL LIGHTER \fA

/0 STARKE. Fla. (API-During) the graduate or undergraduatelevel
20 To Host VYC Bridge I FAST! SAFE! ODORLESS! f
Starke's spring cleanup drive, are $60. FREE CIGAR FOR EVERY GENTLE. : MADE IT CHROMALOr.
C, H. Nasworthy cooperated in Mr and Mrs. William Bose MAN AT YOUR FAVORITE LIGGETT- a WILL LAST FOR YEARMADISON
OFF a big way-tearing down an will host the Venice Yacht TOUCHTON REXALL U.L. APPROVED ,
unused 1890-built two-story Club's mixed bridge evening STORE. NO PURCHASE. IS NECES : MADE IN U.S.A. !
section of his CommercialHotel. Wednesday at 8 p.m.
FRIDAY SATURDAY Progressive bridge will be SARY. THIS IS OUR WAY OF SAVING
played but foursomes are welcome "THANK-YOU" FOR YOUR PATRON.
All members and their AGE IN THE PAST AS WELL AS THE 188: 3.95

guests are invited. FUTURE VALUE
Dinner will be served from
ona 6 p.m and those wishing to ale I i f.f'2i;:! -::!; .u.: .. 11I:
dine before the game should
make reservations at the club
y day! not later i than Tuesday, LAWN CHAIR GAL. COOLER

Home Club To Meet FOLDS FOR lAST t BEEPS LIQUID HOT
CARRYING AND
OFF OR COLD LONGER
I
At President's Home 20 % STORINA i I'Wit I ;'f i; DRIPIESS SPOUTUNmAKARLI
MADI or I" \ \ "! V i .
PLASTIC
Venice Area Home Demon. ALUMINUMTUBINO WI\1ltr\ '
stration Club will meet at the LINER
:
CLUB
CADILLAC FABRICS tf 1" r e RUSTPROOF ,
home of the president, Mrs. ON ALL STURDY VARIED
Blend of a Ernest Kukkuck of Center Also Many COLOR WEIBIN
American & Canadian Whiskies Road Venice Gardens, at 10 ft e
A* a.m. June 25, for a workshopand REMNANTSat ,
business meeting. 944' u
," Glcnmot't Protects for fall will\ be dis I ll 1
89
3 COST BELOW
cussed. or iitI 1.50 VALUE ...
,
fhh Those attending are requested / 54.95 VALue

......:.... wiches.to bring their own sand Brocades. Cotton Laces. Satins ....! .. 0 .. ::1 r

-- The club will not meet dur Eyelets Corduroy FOLDING CHAISE
i. CANADIAN fifth Q't'79 : ing July or August Dacron & Cotton Blends 'ICE CHEST

LORD CALVERT .............. Full Quart 90 proof Velveteen GI... 17.Q,.. LOUNGE
OF ,. .
7 old FREESUN LIMITED STOCK ,.. al. a Maea or t
yr uu Miauns
Echo HOUSE OF STUARTSCOTCH fifth S4e49 GlenmoreBOURBON ELECTRIC ENGINE BETTER WOOLENS N.Chott.. Safely A e runao, .. f

Springs .. ......... ............. DIAGNOSIS CLINICTo COHAMA ".--+-- Gdp wuatxa

; FOR $13.00; G GIN I I Carburetion Check Performance Electrical And of GALEY & LORD Portee'Ne.dlnt lor
MISSION VALLEY ; :
I ,
Your Car Engine All Makes '
ALSO SPECIAL CASE PRICES S4.Z9fifth and Models.Call WOVEN GINGHAMS <:...,1.,

54.29 for Appointment; DEL'S y MAY .e

UYAKKA 3 for $12.50 June 18, 19,20.8.m 'til noon j49! 0O.ATO pC '

PACKAGE STORE WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH SEWING CENTER 1i,5",B /y I1,1S VAWI3YI
3 for $12.75 .
124 W Venice Av I YALUI
PH. 488.3117 Phone 488-6745 Ph. 488-3303 .L--
300 S.AMIAMI TR.. VENICE ,

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,B eIX! THE GONDOLIER __._ ___ VENICE FLORIDA': THURSDAY_ JUNE l IB, 19

...._--.......... L ""' '''''.1-1.. _Jif.-U: .-.. r _to -.... ...'JIII: --...:" --- ....-Its.......... -
New
NEW LOW PRICES ON ALL BEER NEW LOW PRICES on all POPULAR SOFT DRINKS

Neighbors PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEEROld INCLUDING: Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Col a, Diet Drinks, 7-Up, Canada Dry

Milwaukee; P.b.t Butch and other popular soft drinks.
Mr. and Mrs John Kuhn BUDWEISER MILLERS Barnacle, Carlingi Canadian, OLD MILWAUKEE REGULAR SIZE' KING SIZE
lit Shamrock: Venice Gardena Ac. Silver Bar Tropical BUSCH BAVARIAN 6-aZk
from Haftrstown Md Natl. Bohemian Ballantme 6 C 6 pak C 6 pakcarton

ver Mr., 155 and Redwood Mrs Ilarrr, Venice Car 6 pak Schlih ak fl: carton 44 carton 35c

Garden), from Cleveland plus Plus plus
Ohio 1201. $118 98C bottles 7SC.arton J.po.it deposit deposit t tI
Mils Anna !Mae Elchenauer 12-01. plus
,
M7 Venice Gar.
Neponsit cans
done, from Pennsylvania cans deposit I '(ICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHEK STORE VENICE

0 Mr. and Mme K W, :Mar _:;: ...._. ".... _... _. __ _-.-._
t IYB. MJ3 Pomelo. Venire J-y.
Hardens, from Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Mr and Mrs. G. D. Os
wald, &64 Sheridan, Venice P Shop And Save In Our

I Gardens Ohio. from East Sparta Clean Dairy Departments For J

I dirk:Mr. 558 and Shamrock Mm. Joseph Venice Hud- > f r.crn D 1 1Jt Jl]

Gardens J. from RldfeHeld, N. Dairy Month

Mr. and !Mrs. Prfo-o F. r .
,
Patti, 430 Hickory Venice\ SAVE THRIFTY MAIJ HALVES OR SIJCII
from Brattltborot. ;:
fiardrns _-
ftO D e IOOI 1rt 0
a
t.Dr.. and Mrs. .,. Anderson, CUP COUPON rr.
1612 Inland.Mr.: ,Neponift from. lluntinjton Venice, long Gardens ;' ,,,. ., ""'f( Peuches II. 5 Fc3a s I 00


and Mrs. Oscar Johnson FREE 200 Extra 5 SAVE toe LIMIT ONE WITH ORDER LAND Of SUNSHINE .
Moss Lane, Venice Gar FkCELIEN

dens,.from Durand ,MichMr. tfftrtfv Asa 15 Vm 20t TOP VALUE STAMPS
Vtwi
: and Mrs. Joseph Baker
Sie.ta Drive, South Venice iVka Tab c..,..aaa* $2 *r MM,....af FI 5 ei U. 29
from Washington D. C. RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER II I 0 Dr.
Mr .and MM. William C. ;!! CURRIER & IVES DINNERWARE .. I .
"I Smith' 60 Altair Road, South STORE HOURS: .
SAVE 4c
Venice, from Seat Pleasant, 9 ..m, to 9 p.m. Mon, thru Fri CMWS CW b Al Red Cask AW WlM PWe -VAN CAMP'S FORK" AND
Md. Store Tan SatarsVr,Jaaa JOtfcLWt I
:Mr. and !Mrs. Edwin T.Massf OM CNSM Offer far faaiy PlaaaaJflfliiJe '
RetrrW
T, 519 Sheridan, Venire fluastftr Rtgbt fJ. \ BenDS .300 '
Gardens, from Philadelphia W Supple lasts! tI.R IDe
Fa.Mr.. B Q B D D II .
and Mrs. Holmes D.
Case Ml East Ilatelwood: ,
I Venice, Vd Gardens' from Frederick We Give Top Value Stamps p EVAPORATED

Mr .and !Mrs. Diaries Zlmnry Thrifty JCarnation ITa.ITJ lOc
Moodrone Way Venice c EFALLPDRP
rant, from Cincinnati, Ohio U M
Mr. and Mrs Paul Leth. I 2
ard, 406 Villa Drive, Venice, N..tTJ 25c

Ire.from Colombia, South Amer. Wesson Oillimit ) Icy 25 c W u. rr_Gaira

Miss :Nell Ward, 604 Men.. Tae ,, _.. ".
ender Venice, from Connecticut B
J
I I Mr and Mrs. Alfred Sny. One With $5 or More Order COLONIAL .: eq.fA

trr 2?I Grobe North Port
Charlotte, from Pcnnsj Ivan-

Ia.Mr. and !Mrs. Ton Revolt, ; COIIOg"Cheese;
S31 Bu'lard North Port Charlotte SUGAR 5-Lb.
3 7
from Pennsylvania.
"
!Mr., ZOO and Fremont.!Mrs Richard North BatIIT Port Sag 2-ft.Cup 49c

Charlotte, from Tennessee.Mr. I
and Mrs. William i lORDErn
neerer., 311 Talbot, North lAVCfa-HtlNZ SAVE lOc-CRACCUT GOOD BIO SIXTY
I Port (Charlotte form Cleve "1 Rw 60 Cream Cheese ae<-tt.. .35CIACKIN <

1 land.Mr.Ohio.and Mrs. Raymond Catsup . I *Tee !17' Cookies c..tPk"39c We Give GOOD

: Fertsch, and Mrs. Thomas, SAVE 17t-Af W ""'t SAVEI-ASSORTED COLORS MARCAl TO f TOP BsswiSCONSIN Rerw Be
',' fr M Granada, Venice, from S&a towoHORN
I Pennsylvania.Mr. 3 I Io Tissue P S Sl I Ioo
Juice L11111t TIll'' $ 10
and Mrs. W. R. Tyrrell, . | VALUE Cheese 10.1.Cm 49c
,
I'll Cypress. Venice from SAVE Ion-THRItTYPAID SMALL SAVE-DIXIEOARUNO CRACKED WHEAT Illt

Kansaa.i Pens . 2 u$ -25' Bread ? 2 a= 33c *TAMPS __

i Record Tax TakeOf20Mlon SAVE Jc-THRinYMAIOBLUElAXECUT SAVEI--DIXIEDARlINO POUND SUPERBRAND VANILLA

; Beans 2 2ge Cube 'line, 35c
Gr. . Ice Cream

() SAVE S,-HEINZ WHITE SAVE7e-STmmLIGHTMrATCHUHK 'a

TALLAHASSEE Florida Vinegar 2 .-.";.. 29 Tuna . : 25c GALLON 9Be

.
tales and use tax topped the FARMHOUSE FROZENCream
$200.000.000 mark In one year ;
for the first time HI the history LAND 0'SUNSHINEPer Place Go Pies 3 100
of the tax with the receipt of 'i To ASTOR FROZEN FORDHOOKOR
May collections, J, Ed Strau- For Good
gin director of the Florida ,', ,c A Baby Limas 5 ferl00
Revenue Commission report. muller "1 r TbTngs To McKENZIE FROZEN

ed Straughn said May collections r! Eat I Cut Corn 241.1 39c
baaed on April business,

en totaled Increase$20,123303 of $3,227,989, which,was or :F $.tJ.; :M t '
I 19.10 per cent over the same Pound C VY-D BRAND U. S. Choice Extra Valued Trimmed E-Z CARVE -
month for the previous year.
Fiscal year collections July limit OM 5 9
through May, total $211,806.218, Pleat P.r 69c
an Increase ,of 20 56 per cent : R-b Ro ast PondTYKES
or $38,129.637 Straufhn said
"It appears fairly certain we a si 11 B!

will 228,000.000 make for our the estimate first year of of ,, SUGAR CREEK 6 to 8 .... Average.
"
'I; alt nit dab Y
;' the said 1963-63, "and biennium,"end Straufhn the ltuki4iiialt Per Pound __
perhaps v '
-ygTrfg1! ? Wj 1'rrtjUiaKfJAiti'Jtyy TJSJ
," fiscal year with an overage. S PicnicsFRESH Whole gejaaranteed
"We are well pleased with mo. tII
collections and especially with ( Red RipeWatermelons } 11
t'J the compliance record of Florida .
i' taxpayers. Their cooperation
-
3 and response ha* been
I i tremendous" PRODUCE ; W-DJRANDU.S.CHOICI cOl'IJ.ND'SrlCX1l"'iM,1IAUN>
Collections of the five
percent
!'. wholesale sporting goods Rib | Sliced .(. 9 C
> 1
tax for May totaled $87,486 FANCY! WESTERN 79c i/IJ
I Phi
bringing total collections for
}r!I ;, :' the current fiscal year to $814.. c IieBluce 2 far Z9 Steaks Bologna .
I' I ;\ 637. Collections for May dropped
$82,087 or 48.40 per cent Each 7 9 FANCY JUICY rXESH MEATY T.uNOW'SSKNloa
I! under collections reported In Smoked
Ij I,, April.Gasoline tax collections for ,' LemonsMOUNTAIN lea. Z9 PorkSteaks 49c! I u"': 5 5c

May totaled $12479,961, a de. Sausage .
GREEN
I crease of $762,883 under April.

.. Richard .............r. .'Jl'"k k ., Cabbage 110. 8 QUICK rwziN Beef TARNOWSCmtlO G. Fallen general Lamb or 3WU. 3
director of the Asolo Theater sir n. 59
j t Comedy Festival in Sarasota, _:!.I ilv.f""I" 'J4'IJIII: fJ Sid i. SIAAUKh P .MMMMI\MMr.M\ Legs ** t Ham. *" *
( 1 has announced an expanded
f and enriched academic EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS I SO EXTRA TOP VALUE 5 i 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
i to b<> held in conjunction program witUPurc..IA.VtrIetr. ;}I I'a. :uW-" PALM RIVER REOUIAR TASTE" O SEA HEAT 1 SEIVfl
t 'I! with this year'i theater I HEINZ PICKLES AisS.kaer a:: 5ge 49 Sliced ) Perch I'* 65
.e..t T
49c
i
program. At RcA CM *r Wisn-Dixl ..
e.a wlte..cwaOFFERIXPIRESSet..20 .
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FREE GOOD ONLY WITH THIS COUPON lbll'
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t SUN ELECTRIC ENGINE

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and Modeli. I. I YaWegH .
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1t t r Introducing Laura Lvnn ShearerAlthough -

-- -

most parents have I
; .
something more than a week's A t.
notice before the arrival of ': 'h'
H fir first child, The Rev and
N 'sRiFS1 :Mrs Frank Shearer of 1602 w., ist ,a r ''a4tY
Bnnyan Drive didn't feel cheut- s sS
>I'd a whit that Laura Lvnn t Y 9w !

coming was on short notice r
t r s I In fact, had they been,. told .
111. y much more In advance the excitement brv

might have been too

1 nerve-wracking and they might r.; .. '.
4 have greeted their new daughter .
4HAPPY In a highly nervous state i 'jt
'
J;
they suspectLaura : ,
Lynn I. a cooing, .
smiling 12-week-old beauty '." ;f .
with large blue eyes and curl-
Ing dark-reddish hair. She '
/
time to them via the ChI!. ,
1
f
f'ren's Home Society of Florida p M" .Y sV'
in St. Petersburg where I l

In February, they filed an application ( iN. l
for adoption and were ''
"matched" with "Laurie" with '
whom they fell In love Immedi- '
ately when they saw her the > ; ..
.
first time If' ; .
laet week. { -, .
They had Just seven days to 1E.Jrr\ I
rush out and procure the furniture ; :
and other needed Items ... /

for their new daughter When "YOU SUPPORT HER BACK" -Mrs, Frank tion to the new father, The Rev Frank St

(AND .uuSY' -- she arrived "home" Mondayat Shearer, who has given one bath to her new Shearer. Daughter Laurie arrived Monday j
: ) 2:30 in
: her
PARENTS m
AND p new parents'
GRANDPARENTS the daughter, explains in a "dry run" of instrucat her new Venice Gardens home
Venice
Mr. and Mu. Yacht
Ire Fred Ritter of 328 W Bay Drive who Club pool where the family wu arms, the setting was !
entertaining their son-in-law and daughter are photographed M.nday At the pool edlte are group ready, complete with toys, pictures -
John Cavanaugh of Park Ridge Ill. and I their, Mr. and Mrs. Kathleen, Mark and John (twin), Peggy- Pat Jeanne,, furniture and, they three grown-ups made like children Tuesday afternoon when she made up for by his rapt at-
Mrs. Cavanaugh arrived two weeks with[ nine children. Mary Maureen and Joe. Left to right> behind the younger' thought, all the necessities. while getting' acquaintedwith had just completed her first I tentlon to his new daughter. i
children! and the father, an IBM ago five of the are the "I"6 and employe ,
arrived Friday continue Impressed and most self-con she confessed that if she hadn't and Mrs. Shearer said
nurse
with the other four. One method of their' Visit for another two weeks. member was Miss Wilma a
entertainmg is use of DoBoer sister of Mrs Shearer tained of the four persons present thoroughly cleaned the house she was of inestimable value
who lives with them, And the Mrs. Shearer said. last week she would be fearful during the baby's first bath
It was shortly after her eve- as to its future which "Laurie just loved." By r
ning bottle that they discov- "Having a baby creates an now the new father has probe
United Church ered a serious lack in supplies entirely new schedule," she ably been initiated into that ?
Of Christ Names New Officers safety pins for the diapers- happily explained "I've done mystery too, since Mrs. Shearer
and The Rev. Mr. Shearer nothing all day except take said he "might get a chanceto
made a quick dash to the store care of her Luckily her new bathe her on Wednesday.It .

Dr. E. Robert Chable, mine for these and various other father took over so I could] get seemed a blessed family ;
1 Islet of the Venice United for ilarly elected to fill a vacancy Rudolph P. Cohen, vlce-clialr- membership on the committeeon Vickers chairman of Circle items of Importance, like proper some diapers washed just before trio, this minister and his wife
a one ear term Officers man. Mrs Pittman and Mr food and noon" and daughter at nd of the
soaps ,
Church of music. They
Christ temporarily of the Hoard of Trustees are: Mrs. Two: Mrs John L Ferguson, :reth I
meeting on Sunday morningsat rteitpH! re- KinCHid serve as secretary and Thomas F M'Mlcharlll'l1d Mr. ihairn-Mn of tiiclc Three; Mrs. shearer reported that She; didn't sound as if she first 24 hours livestogether
wire! Clark D
the Venice Gardens Recreation chairman, R D Adair treasurer, respectively for the Theodore E. Hedlund, as wellas Mis Rudolph P Cohen, historian her husband slept, soundly hut minded at all
Center, has announced that chairman and Clark, vice- deaconesses as well as for the Mr. Harry L. Sanders, for like anv new mother on her He is just about the beam- What a Father's Day sermon
the officers boards and committees olds, Frank. P Reyn- deacon., both of which com three year terms; Mrs. J. W. Committee Chairman of theWomen's first night at home with the ing-eat father in Venice this this new-father pastor of Cal-
<< to operate the churchfor "ecretary.Newly elected prise the Church's dlaconate Bailey for a two year term. Fellowship are Mrs. new baby MV- rat-napped and week. When he took Laurie In vary Reformed Church will .
the next year have been the board of members of The following were elected to Officers of this committee will Laurence V. Pittman, spirituallife didn't settle down to sleep un- his arms for a photographwhat preach on Sunday! Perhaps he
elected at the church' annual terms for which deacons, and the fill vacancies on the Board of be Mr. Hedlund, chairman, Mr. ; Mrs. Raich] R. Bruenlng;, til after Laurie's 2 a.m. feeding he lacked in experienceIn will save a copy of it fur
meeting.All they were Christian Education: Mrs. Sanders as vice-chairman, and stewardship; Mrs Charles F. I handling her was more than Laurie.
elected
areVernard Bradley, Homer E. Fetzer and Thomas
Mrs. McMichael
as secretary Towne, Christian education
general officers of the ;
three
Church years; Clarence F Coop. Walmsley each for a three The Choir recently chose as Dr. Florence P. Gebhart missionary
were -
re-elected. Theyare er, three C. Stores Alto Located In
years; Lawrence term
year ; Capt. Raymond H. Its officers
Maj. Henry R. education TIRES
: Harry Peters White, moderator Vickers, three ThomasW. ; Mrs BRADENTON and FORT MYERS
years; Knight for two
Mrs. C. Vernita a year term; Chamberlin Jr as president; George H. Bell, Christian social I
.
; White Marvin one year; and William and Mrs Arthur McBride fora Mrs Frederick W. Smith .
church clerk; Carroll S. White as actionMrs; Alexander J Get More Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS
,
F. Packard
one year. one year term. Officer. of vice. and
treasurer A. Albert president, Frank R. Nedzel, friendly service: Mrs USED TIRES ALL SIZES
; LeDuc, New officer
of the
historian and archivist Clarence board ofdra'ons this hoard for the next year Charge as secretary and librarian Wilber J. Barclay, wavs and Cut Tire Costs. GUARANTEED RETREADS
: I
are the
following: Col are to be: Dr Charles F. .
I. Wadsworth financial John L. Ferguson, chairman; Towne chairman \. means; Mrs William C Dove AS LOW AS . . . . W 750.14
; CspKnighi. New to the nominating com membership; Mrs. FrederlkW %5 h
secretary: and the following Maj. Henry R. Chamberlin Jr., vice-chairman and mittee, each elected for three Hohman publicity and public II t
were re-appointed: Mrs. Mar vice-chairman; Mrs Laurence Mrs Lawrence G. Raymond y chtt ,
ion B. Chable vear terms are Mr. Wilber J. relations and Mrs Walter RADIATORS
director of V.
Pittman.
secretary and
secretary Barclay and Mrs Walter F. G. Fletcher, friendship
music, and Mrs. Elwood M. ai
Larsen Wendell D Kincaid, treasurer. New members on the Boardof Tefft. Barclay will be the Officers of the United Church REPAIRED FLUSHED
,
organistNewly
Those elected to new terms Missions and! Benevolenceare chairman of the committee, Youth Fellowship are: Paul B
.
elected members of on the board of deaconessesand NEW REBUILT USED:
the Dr. Florence P. Gebhartand with George H. Bell as vice- Raymond, president; Chark NOW!
Board
of Trustees, all of their term of office are: Mrs Charles F. Towne, chairman and Mrs. John L. B. Copp' vice.president: and Terms /'
Budget
whom were elected for three Mrs William C. Dove, three each having a three year Ferguson .. secretary. Linda Marie Stirling, secre
year terms, are: John S. Kull- years; Mrs Philip E. Haglund, term. Captain Hubert E. Pad The officers and members of tary-treasurer
W.by, Thom. F. McMichael, end three years; Mrs. Theodore E. dock, USN (Ret.), will continue the Christian social action com Dr Chable stated that the .) VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR
Eugene Williams Jr. Herbert Hedlund, three years; Mrs. as the chairman of this mittee remain the same: Mrs Churchmen's Fellowship will
C. Elam was elected to John. S. Kullhy, two years board, with Mrs Towne as George H Bell, chairman; be organized in October by Mr ,, Serving Venice For 5 Years
fill a vacancy in a two year New officers of the board of vice-chairman and Mrs Frank Mrs. Hubert E Paddock vice- Arthur McBride' Mr R. D. \ J 313 TAMPA AVE., VENICE FLA. BEHIND THEATRE
term on the board of trustees, deaconesses are: Mrs William I R. Charge as secretary I chairman and' Mrs Thomas Clark and Mr Elwood M. Phone 483-1259 In the "TowerUn" Garaoalleasfri4ilClDGAiwi I
and Marvin Y. Hawk was sim. C. Dove, chairman and Mrs. I W Marvin, secretary. Lars, 'II
Mr. Edward R. Naar has
New on the ushering staff _._ __ __ ....... _, _u_ _.. _
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r r ""' ...aY.z...3,.wrs been elected to a three year 1 4MiFJ JJ I' ...."" '"' ......._ 1"1I1' vHOWDY
term on the Memorials and are Arthur Worthington elected -
I Committee for a three year term and
Gift and will serve
rUT as vice-chairman thereof. The named chairman, thereof: with
ex-offlclo chairman E. Walter Hall vicechairmanand '
minister Is the
of this committee. Mrs. Howard Mason secretaryThe
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Alexander J. Nedzel the new members and officersof : FOLKS
POLLEN SMOKE secretary and Mrs Hubert W.Let the library committee re-
main the sameMrs. Harry
the remaining member.
AND DUST L Sanders. chairman: Mrs
Newly-named chairman of Harry W. Hager, vice-chair

EFFECTIVELYHONEYWELL the Herbert flower C.committee Elam, and Is Mrs Mrs. man Grant; and secretary.Mrs. Wendell F It's Vacation Time- school's out and

Howard R. Aldred Is the new Re-elected as Superintendent ,
member of the altar commit ot the Church School was Mrs.

PORTABLE tee. Mrs. Elam will select her Thomas Walmsley Wants New Better Car!
of Everybody or
t own assistants Officers the New officers of the Women' 4 a
ELECTRONICAIR altar committed are: Mrs. R. follows n .
Fellowship are as : n
D. Clark, chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Neel president
CLEANER Floyd H. :
Howard Mason, vice-chairman, Mrs. Ernest R. Brooks, first ',: 1 So here's first annualVacetion
0 Removes W0;01 pollen and Mrs. Aldred, .ecretary. vice-president and program our .

and 9U.(; of III dull, dirt, Four have been elected to chairman; Mrs Frank P r
imoki mil greast policies ---- Reynolds, second vicepresident -

Irom nr passing through Citizens Cond Club and circle chairman; Mrs.
unit Even bacteria end I Hubert E. Paddock, recording

fungus in removed. Will Picnic SundayCitizens secretary; Mrs. Theodore E. Sale
H Minimizes annoying Hedlund, corresponding secretary -
odors;unit tin in activated Band Radio Operators ; Mrs. Donald W. Stirling,
charcoal filtef-i known treasurer; Mrs. Elmer G. Tow- i
in the Venice, Englewood,
of odors mil assistant treasurer Mrs.
adsorbent ers, ;
Nokomis and Osprey areas will
vi port Clark D. Adair, chairman of BILL PHILLIPS
have a family picnic-outing
Circle One Mrs. C. Lawrence

.kitchen Plugs outlet into,Use living inylUndnd In your or near Sunday The Osprey.group at Oscar will Scherer assemble Park at, ; f featuring a selection of almost 200 new and used cars forNVOKEPLUS9O


sleeping area.litre.- 1 I p.m. and each family will Church Names
boa room or cilice.,
bring Its own lunch and drinks.

Nafgnal.unalr.rsfanda Friends are welcome, Frank
+a owt
Spot M.fhod. DeProfio said., entertainment chairman Supply ClergyMajor

He may be called at 488-1817
for' further Information. William -
Henry R. Chamberlin
P. Way, Is president of Jr, chairman of the committeeof
club.
the
1 the services of the churchof

the dlaconate of Venice YES YOU READ IT RIGHT JUST FOLLOW THESE THREE SIMPLE STEPS:
IIEMEROCALLIS SOCIETY United Church of Christ has
announced the schedule of
VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP-The who will the
clergymen occupy

9 has American held two Hemerocallls of Its conventionsIn Society Services pulpit for are the held next each Six Sundays.Sunday 1. Select a car in STOCK! e we have almost $500,000.00 worth!!

this south Georgia town In the Venice Gardens Recrea-

I made The reason up of :Americans The society who Is tion Preaching Center at on 11 June o'clock.21 July 2. We'll show you exactly what we paid for the car! No Gimmicks!!

love day lilies, something for 5, July 12, and July 19 will

which Valdosta Is noted. be the Rev. Leonard V. Busch- deal! We need and business!
The day lily Is an unusual man, D.D., Presbyterian 3. Add 9% and let's appreciate your

plant. Its beautiful blossoms clergyman who hat been associated -
live only from sunrise to sun In the ministry of the

he act flowers Usually grow orange at or the yellow top of First Sarasota Congregational and' who has Church served of Friday and Saturday only! Open til 7:30: PM for your shopping convenience. Low

a leafless .talk that ranges In as Interim minister of the Pine
SEE IT NOW ATANDERSON height from three to five feet. Shores Presbyterian Church of Bank rate financing. Trade ins will be accepted during this sale. Dealers invited.
Sarasota. Dr. Buschman cameto
I Florida after pastorates In
FREESUN Summit N. J. and Buffalo N.
R. L. ELECTRIC ENGINE Y.

DIAGNOSIS CLINICTo Preaching on June 28 will beTh
Ford

Carburetion Performance of of Venice, who supplied the

Your Car Engine. All Makes church's pulpit for several
205 BASE AVE. E.It and Model week. last summer

(I blk. N. of Air Base) Call! tot AppointmentJune occupied On July by 28 The the pulpit Rev. HoraceN. will be OF AMERICA'S' 100 LEADING FORD DEALERS"SOUTH

/18, 19,20. am 'til noon Cooper, retired chonlaln of

; Phone 483-1766 WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH the Cooper armed, Is a forces member Chaplain of the TAMIAMI TRAil PHONE 477.6787

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EIGHT THE GONDOLIER' ____ 1964
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STATE FSGA Junior champion Tom Baynard of St Petersburg LAURA Maclvor was the winner in the girls 15-17 BIGGEST 'LITTLE Man in the tourney was year-old BILL JOHNSON medalist on this year's Venice High School

gets an assist from Venice City Councilwoman division following a sudden-death playoff with Roberta Albers Eddie Pearce of Tampa, who captured the 12.14 age bracket golf team, is congratulated by Carey after wtarlng ffo

Blanch Celli as he prepares to take his trophies to his car The two outstanding girl golfers tied for first after 54 with a three.round 233-seven strokes ahead of the runnerup. in the older boys division Bill broke a three.way tie on the

I follow Sundays final round at Lake Venice Golf Club holes of regulation play with Identical 232 totals Miss Mac. Making the trophy presentation to the youthful golfer, who fourth hole of a playoff. His total after regulation pley was
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while makes all shots look is tournament director Bill Careyof 226 six strokes off the pace set by Baynard Another Venice
With them is Allen Miller of Pensacola second to Baynard Ivor won the playoff on the 19th hole with a par 4. easy,
233 ninth low in the tournament winner was Don Willis, who tied for third in th 12.14
in the 15.17 age group. Baynard score a 220 and Miller a Miss Albers h. d a bogey. With Miss Maclvor is her brother, Sarasota Eddie was score first

221. Gus. They are from Fort Walton Beach. which drew more than 100. _, -' -' I flight w bracket.-.l 0,1 o.L..., d
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I Osprey Merchants/ Venice Roundup Softball Baynard Wins Florida Junior Golf Title;





Lions In Showdown Tilt during Slow Venice.ptich the Shopping past Softball week Center resultedin action defeating Maclvor Upsets Albers For Girls' CrownTom


Rawles Live Ones, 81

and 14-1.! and Babe's Plumbing
Venice Lions and O prex only two hits off Moulton. prey 8.5 on Tuesday downing the Shopping Center Baynard, 18-year-old St. round to post a '16-?6-69-221. hole. Harris' rounds were 74- division went to Peter East!:

Merchants meet tomorrow afternoon The three hits given up by Shopping Center and First 14-4 Petersburg youth withstood He had an opportunity to tie 74-77-225. while Eichstaedt man. Winter Haven, with 89-

Taylor were a home nm, by National were tied 3.3 going the closing challenge of 15.: but shot a 75.7074225.VenIce's 8477250.The .
at 5 o'clock in Osprey Leading the Shoppers in the Baynard on the 18th hole
in a tilt that could determinethe Randy Barnett and a double into I the top of the seventh. hit department in the two victories year-old Allen Miller of Pensa. two-putted for a bogey four Bill Johnson coppedthe top player hi the boys

winner of the second.half and single by Bobby Sanders. The Bankers put three men on John Hunter with cola to win the Florida Junior I fifth position when he 12.14 first flight was Tom Dug.
were
The between base with a walk and two Golf Championship, played Bill Harris of Fort Lauder Fort
title hi the Gulf Little League game Osprey five Jeff Kunkle, Tommy Relter downed Jimmy Brodbeck of gan, Lauderdale. who registered
Recreation and Venice F1M singles and then scored two Friday Saturday and Sunday dale and Steve Eichstaedt of 276
'Junior division. Frank and Lake Worth and Paul Beckwithof a on round of 95,
The Lion are currently in originally scheduled tonight! runs when VSC pitcher Ron McCracken. Meyer with Buddy at Lake Venice Golf Club. His Homestead tied for third placeat Davtona Beach in another 92 and 89. Venice's Don Willntied

first place with an 8.1 record has been rhonced to 4 pm. Johnson threw the ball away at and Don Haucke with four three.apiece, total for 54 holes was 75.7471 I the end of regulation play playoff. This one ended at the for third In thl- bracket

while the Merchant are see tomorrow because of a conflict home on a fielder choice play. Sam Kee-nen Charlie Sobel -220. with 225 s, but Harris won a fourth hole. Johnson! scores with 94-102.98-294.

ond with a 72 mark A win with a senior dh')-lon game Steve Deans was the winning Joe Carney Marc Powers,, Miller fired a 69 on his final sudden-death playoff on the 5th were 75-78.73-226. Brodbeck Scores posted by other Ven.

bv the Lions will assure them Senior; Division pitcher and Johnson the loser Richard Gange and Bill Grove shot a 72 on opening day, soared Ice entries included:

of the chamnlonihln but r win Kiwanis contmue to lead the Deans struck out 11 and John accounted for the Rawles' hits. to an 80 on Saturday and Dick Stafford 1517 838044

bv the Merchants would throw senior division second half race son nine Mike Rich led First Home run hitte's were Hunter Natural Reef Marked finished up with a 74 on Sunday -247: Kirk Tischler 12.14. 94.

the two teams Into a tie with with a 5-1 mark one-half game National at the plate with three Meyer and Jin. Conkle. all II Beckwith tallied 757373for 102.100-298: Ben Steele, 12.14,
ahead of runner. Sarasota in official 97 108.98 301,
ootece remaining on up singles three timesat members his 226 total. -
one the schedule Federal The leaders defeated bat. Johnson and James ter nine. By Grouper SnoopersLast I Albers UpsetA The leaders:
First National Bank 141 is.
Kulakowski had two hits apiecefor ROTS rr
of berthIn mild upset occurred In the ...
A'readv asmred a Tuesday night after having Dave Cheyne was the big !gun '"' .I..bl" n.M''

the playoffs bv virtue of their Saturday! with Osprey the Shopping Center In the Babe's attack against I girls-ol.li: division i when 15- 15,55.54..... ,.sO......Fotwskt. :.T'.fI-II
game For Sarnsotn Federal, David Saturday. for the benefit ed one of the 'jewfish which Maclvor FortWalton Miit .1.? :.T..hltl'
chsn'
copninn th. first half > In 5-5 tie. the Shoppers. He had a four- Harrta. Ft ,.." ..d.l. 11.1':1 m
end
lonshln with n 91 record the a Erb !got his first start on the for.four nisht including of local fishermen and skin took him for an exciting rideon Beach High School senior Plrhntnilt, ROlli..'.... It.1'.74-.KlRrorfbfrk
the second tie of the one .
It was mound and made it a successful Lnk Worth t, M 74. M
divers who unable to bottom, When
L'nm could .1I1"1'"t.< the "lav ser-pid half for Klwnnis Both homer. Charlie ClemmonsJprrv are go the ocean downed Tampa's Roberta "Jnhfmcn Vntlr. :c.-, .ffackwIUi
o'fs bv defeating! the Merchants will be continued at a 1atel'date. one by earnIng! the verdiC'tover Culley, Bob Williams and too far off shore the Venice finally boated it weighed in at Albers on the 19th hole after Da1nt.ii Dmrti Ti.71.11-itt
held his
Osprey. He opponents Bon ","
Grouper Snooper Scuba Diving 177 Ibs the pair had ended the three
in the cp'fla' meeting to hits. He fanned B. Allen had two safeties t- es.a nrbll,
HI-, Inn'n In other contests. First Nat se\en piece. Club marked one of the many Other club members partlcipatmg !- rounds with identlal 232 totals. r....1.. .hl.n' AMM'.I"
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The Hi"rct-"t In their last three and walked two. McCracken the natural reefs that abound in on the dive and marking Miss Maclvor parred the hole. 1II1.to..kl. W. P. -.11 .15444.12.... ...541Ma'nhr.
t onal downed Venire Chopping Top hitters in the came were was only Win,.. H._ .5Iaa .
two mi,**!!** hid n tjolr "f1- (f enter 51 on Saturdav And Osprev Rlckv Braun and Shopper with a pair of hits the area. of the reef were: Betty while Miss Albers three putted .. Wtst.- H..... 8WWl-.ttT
pin I fnn!",!.. Anln the F'''nth The reef has a red styrofoan Williamson Jim Reid. Dick for a bogey five. nOT' is-"
Federal defeated! O-
ota Tuesday
nlsht First Federal
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Joey Banett They each hada Third rilkt
"r trailed ,715.5 """s'tna ,inn the I buoy tied to it saying "Wel. Barry and John Betty Mis Maclvor's round were Futman. Winter Hav.n P044-12--n's..
fins, fram. hut ra"d for H i I pair of safeties For Sarasota won over Shirlmg Plumbing. come Grouper Snooper Fish 40-lb 82.74.78 as compared to) Miss Max Tur... Qiwy P'.7l.TP., .515
Federal the only extra 8.4. in a fast pitch contest Also speared was a Wtt..s.. po M.,. .2.5045IllMass. .
to the. decision 1fl." Reef. It is two miles off shoreIn Albers' 79.77.78. Sunday'srounds .. ...
run coo
The Standings has, blow was double by Tom Rohmann and B. Allen nurse shark for the Cane Haze W. P.n It oh 025105OSGin
? a feet of water and .,
In the second. (fame of the had two hits apiece for the 25 may Marine Laboratory. Dr. Eu- saw Miss Maclvor !go '"''
Jackie Harrison.
(flsptsa5i Fllrhll
tirn, .. be located by lining up .he out in 42 and return In 34. Her .
MeeVen they neored '11 sIn winners one of Rohmann's beIng genie Clarke is looking for Matlvor. K. W. Bo*. 1.71./11./ S'sAib.s
the 'r t lTmln' aealnst th> JUNIOR DIVISIOVW Steve Dalton was In command Venice Water Tank behind the 34 broke the women's record Taasls T..s'. T9.:7-I0. 255Sam.
sharks particularly
"' end T. ORt all the way in the KI. a two ba,'er. Chuck Reiter Mac Arthur Hotel and then nurse for holes at Lake Venice ... O-.sn4 O.h 54-5141 U.
k nine
V".Nn"n" n n ... small for her researchand W. Polm 55-05-0 25151'sa.k .
Vmln r.' .._ 5 1Ounroy homered for First Federal ones. Nlrlwit O-b
; went n" to win. 16 ft '....,hD... I I 1n.sr wanis win over First National. R. L. Does twice for taking a course of 225 degrees would appreciate any skin by three strokes It was previously ,, LahI.d. ee.5044-5a5
h Jeff !ourSeer' and y'mi'ePcnwn .. Parwttan I 1 1 He was touched for only two singled Club members. diving on the held Jointly bv veteran any is.ial'k.nai.s.ilp
herif
Pin'I'll "r>w.T A LMt I 4 SV hits-a single by Mike RichIn !Whirling Plumbinjf and Bud that and scuba divers notifying Fllrh"
hit home run for the ..lM Film!:' _. a I 4 Davids had reef last Sunday report they spenr one pro Patty Berg and Irene Mc- Prarr Tamp '1.71.7--HIRnlHirtM
F1V ''n liw'n' c.."w AS illdTn" V..l<*->."V.nil.. Bank __.. I e C7'ad..R'tm. the first inning and another a triple.Tonieht's the reef has Innumerable Pherron LVWGA champ. >n, OrlnnifoCtnrtn .M','''. UO
a ...._.....__ 5 I I one.bagger hy Bart Panton In schedule 1 has hogfish and Coral C kl.. M.W.T4 145Saogsl's
TwW for VeNo P,,nkflecrentlin NoVom. '..... ._ e aCa''Cay' IVmle ( Rawles' Babe's at 7 grouper, snapper, Twelve year old Eddie Trmnlo' TIT. eI.55-l7--15I
VenIce' t.ft'l" ,t'wned' O".V. RaIt.. ., the third. He struck out five meeting jewfish on it. Dr. Douglas Williamson I Pearce captured the boys 12.14 HOYS MI4
'....... "' ....h.... IS, V..No "..k .. and walked six om in a slow pitch tilt and club president Ted Dandridge (Pint fllnhtlDumn ''
spear .
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4 5 2 *VM v "t Os- Val,.. F7a' 5. Vsnt. Rstw'r .. Bodaper's going ur agamst championship with 81.73.79233. Ft 1..aIo HI..-.. r.<
"ondsvrfuM Kiwanis rapped out 10 hits strokes ahead of Rrlnhart. St. Prtonburt 55.51-57 tMSh '''
f'rev not came heck 'I'.1.; : '... 4. ""a,. e. off the combined offerings of First Federal: at 8:3n: p.m. In seven ,,mw.r 8nuoU 00.lll(705(
1 t" .V...f on', TUn'nwnts "...1.. I....... n. Nahsnti 1.5,5. 0.Inhed'ds and fast pitch action Shirtings PC Story Told "cond.p1ace John Robertsonof Wlllla, VifilM: M.1 ..N- tM
Mike Grnff Jimmy ContentionFor .
T !loin" 7Afl. T.n-rv Wr.ltt "'a. ,.. .... Carney In Orlando His 233 was ninth GiRLS II 14Ctiamplon.hlp
the, ,..,Irmln, n't1'< > In t1*. T '"1- ,...... vt. Oman Mh..g.I Randy Willis had a double and Plumbing and! Enflewood Bait best overall in the tourney, .( Jukmitrlll, FllitVOBowman n.,!....-f Home will play at 7 30
n m at OiprerO two singles and Richard Rohl : p.m. In Color Film
c RepTp-"nn enme.4t7. Pu- .m.r RwrMtlen .... Elk: <4pVp < ..... in Another 12-vear-ld. Tammy 1 Ft, laudrrdala ."-l7 'ftHadmr
.1 Fn...'-. Hn-i- . gene atP7'SL Will.. Gan! ..vll! 50.lsl.s5251
V-sis. 5t'4am. etVt
tnrv over Wn'.nml' T.lana Un ..... as Pft' the Kiwanis attack. The only TIIF STANDINGS; PORT CHARLOTTE The the girls 12.14 title with a 241 Rwukr. IJ>k ..' "_ JOT.104." ....

Fast I' "..."ft.! ... .'sI"" ur.I1 .,, ;,"" .'".. .ttoe... a. Vs.Ns B.nk. Iom. other extra.base hit of the (Slow Pitch) story of Port Charlotte the 21.yearoldson total Her rounds were 83-75R3 .Won' third plw. *.,
fifth
Dandridge Won
plar
fine.' fr-,..," is'. it ".'n "" ...1'." ",....,.t....v. 5.5.5ln. genie was a two-bagger by W T. CHI huge home community General of Mr. and Mrs. Theo In second: place 27 strokes *

0 bv S".tlv1$ "., v"-" ""nedplnalns' -.f R..tArr. 5,. Otprcy Rffratlftn. Tolly Bowles. Vmlra "pninr.nln Ontar ._ 6 I Development Corp. Is ere back was Cathy Duggan of
Tl.hr. PI ,mtilni t I 1UKawla Dandridee 441 Riviera St., was
1 n m m o.i>_
.. southwest
acr" ,h- Farm System i ,,.. atmg on Florida Plantation.
a Ifokomk T Ion N. Otpnr MordiintoI Ll't 0 | t t'A of 10 U. S. Navy men who
Mik, v"....... ...' "hn Shaver I ,.,.. M .VnlMIndllni The Yankees continued undo (Fast Pitch) coast has been brought up to one three- lewis A Winner
.. recently completed a
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collected nix P' the 11 hit. 55545y'Elk n. p'pL-.1.'1 ...... .t "....... feated in the Farm System W I. GilL date in a full-color motion picture week tryout for the U. S. Olym. Joe A Lewis Jr. Lakeland
garnered bv Venice Lions Sank .. Ve.tas L...... I ,..... ..tV..I. with a 60 mark. The Indians fld._. Palntlnf ___ S 4 narrated by radio and TV was the winner In the boY.l.n .
.. pic baseball team at Long! oLOW
... 'Iae'iost e 4F.nelo.wd
and two
Osprey are games start Arthur Godfrey !
second with 84857fl
flight -
and
Young went thret'.for.four I .. 4 I |TJ
II '' Beach, Calif
Shaver three.for.three. FARM SYSTEM: back with records of four wins 51lrflng'I \ :1b ; 4 t 1V4 The film points up in sight -24*. The third flieht In this
,. In another! SMurdny tilt w L GIlt and two losses Surprise of the and sound the varied aspectsof The youth is a 1961 graduateof
V...... ___ S e second half in the win denart The state flag of Alaska retirement living in this Riverview High School but YOUlt
Ul'bper! "bested Jeff Bod'o'erIn ldi.s. .... 4 I I y
f a real mow* 'uel an VenIro Oto,..., .-.....-_- -_-._-._-_- 4 I 5PtmO. I ment are the Indians They showing the seven stars of the fast growing, sun splashed attended Venice schools priorto
.. .._ __ 5 1 5 have won four in a row after his senior year. He Is stationed
m Big Dipper and the of than 5-
; Elks edged Venice Rotary, White 1101 ____..._.__ I I 1fls'tiw' North Star community more aboard the U.S.S. Ranger
their first two.
C4 e 5 S dropping against a field of midnightblue 000 new homes, 13,000 residents -

t Mon.1..v'i( onener also featured ..V..k., W.da.atsa... II. Osprip p.stu aIsitese I was designed by a 13- in the Pacific. .\\W
We often wonder how the various
Results of the serv-
shut out victory bv O*- 511 Dndesln 1 year-old orphan boy The former Dramatic impetus Is given
I. nrev a Pe"re.."nn flyer F1"rldn 1'1........In. While assCatsrdt' S husbands of secretaries get territory officially adoptedthe the development story by the ice tryou's will not be annOunced -

Power & V'ht i 4.0.. Jooy Moul ,It..st.sladisas White lea Io.p.y along with their necretnr e". flag in 1127 fact that Port Charlotte Just until the NCAA tournament Bill Phillips, PRICESON
lea"tI" strikeout; U. O1mt.. 1Y.kw. seven years ago was a 92.700- ends The Olympic team will If more! than one person
opt new
ton a I. fladws I Is consist of the top players from drives your car, be sure to adJust .
mark with 14 while his opponp So.....,'. sh.h'5.. acre cattle range. Today it
'I; Paul Taylor racked 7154,5'. ... Wblt.o San 0 es,. ..1Vwts. well on its way to becomingone both the collegiate and service !' the rear view mirrors InsIde All

tin, 12 Lorry Jeffrey sot the Indanp.. ... PI'atss. T1 .1ft. .t V...,... of Florida major urbana ranks. and out before you start
V..k .n. Oap_. 10 a.m. .t 0.,_. re a.. Dandridge was a star pitcher drivln GENERALELECTRIC
IV.......... 5,15.405.1 BOWLINGVenetian The new motion picture will for both Venice and River. On that long vacation drive
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V."k a. OSSSW. 4 a a. .t O05'
va Dwtem, I,46 p..... at Vtn I be shown to thousands of view High Schools and was a give the kids and the old folksa

RAH:! 01 SHIKE! 'Opt..... ... WblU 80", T,,10 c'sit prospective i property owners member of the Sarasota Junior least chance to two stretch hours.the Run legs at
off
V.nl. I by General Development Cor American Legion team for every CENTRAL
poration's franchised agentsortimd several seasons before enteringthe that excess energy and the trip II
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I'llf SEMOR DIVISION .v_.._ th."V. urrtrlH nv"'_. Navy will be more restful, more fun
W L GFt
I II for all. I HEATING
Klwanl. __ a 1 -
I "r.n>u F.....' "'...._.....1 I H game to George Nichols and Big change expected In tires
lot National Rank ... 4 1 I",, Bowl Al Callahan. Scores per game COWPEN SLOUGH WEATHERHigh for 1965. Look for ties Vi inch' AND

I VMIIM $Bhocptn C.ns.r. .._ I t .
....,.... R..tsas ( the winners and 1668 for the provide an adequate supply of June 10 90 70 profile and a new tread appearance I AIRCONDITIONING
lot Nat 1 Bank I. Shoppw Center I Formerly Early Wynn Lanes)
71
winning total. This 80 -
popular June 11 The old
industrial
0.nrrr I. Klwanll I (tn) I fresh water for use 750 x 14 will
r........ RnnlUISn BERLIN SIGNS LEAGUE: handicap doubles event runs in the Venice area June 12 912- become 773 x: 14. Tread will

K,.,,5 anu.,.,. 14 r....lit.. Natl I. Opimr Bank I t Roy Harris. led tho Wood every Tuesday evening at 8 The present wo-mlle stretchof June 13 91 10 lap around the shoulder for
Chrysler Plymouth team to 3. p.m. June 14 91 70 better
Tomhi. grhrdul.l the slough is slated for completion handlin longer tire life.

I I I Sh......nnlnt. Con... ... tat Mat BankStraaoU point victory over Perin Bar. next month. ContractIs June 11 92 71 Your Ford, Falcon, Thunder. EQUIPMENTI

j NOW! F",l.ral .... Kiw.nl., TllO ber Shop to put the two teamsin Thirty.two of the 37 entries scheduled to be let next June 18 92 74 bird or Murtang deserves the
Dm, a tie for second needed to send team Rain for Month . .. .41
I>...u,..... lh".I.. place as a to the Tuesday for a bridge on Laurel very best service possible We CALL! TODAY
K wan'" vi 0...... I p .... at 0.,.... the Sun Paint team moved into BPAF Team Handicap State road extension south of he have It here at BILL PHIL- I

II RACES 010 .lit Mat,. I Bank ... laraaott Fxltral the first slot. Roy 600 series Tourney have rolled for a present construction work. If a man makes an obvious LIPS FORD In Venice. Our FOR ESTIMATES
7 7 10 at Vpnln'
NIGHTLY P.M. r.....on... 8hsdots, on !games! of 181.235.204 topoed nualifyinpberth with the last When it reaches this area it effort to Improve his looks, his factory trained mechanic will
: Jl O..r.. v. VOC I "III. .OVnl.. Herman five to the Venice Byway wife becomes suspicious that
Duke roll
lot )0..1'1 BI.k w loa....... 7:30, ,.'". 221 %1 effort Tuesday night. Cur. will parallel treat you right, and get your
Is to good.
\ MATINEES it Voal. for league honors Duncan rent leaders are: Lee Frve70fl _ he up no work done quickly and at a I $

WEDNESDAY Chevrolet and chor Oil are () Herman Duke117& Tar. fair price See us soon for service ,: O TUM
in a tie for 4th place while rv Sourbeer
200 he -671. Al Callahan .
: .M. and SATURDAY FOR SALE16'GULFLINER Gulf Tailors team Is holdingup 655 and Bill JJl."llefleld-841. Announcement! Traffic law: Always rive a ,

t -CONDITIONED the league from the. bottom Another qualifying ound for clear signal for slowing and I

AIRSARASOTA Root in spite of Instilling new mother teAm will be started ALL BRAND stonpin* before you begin! toI I

FOR COMFORT blood into the line.un in the unday! at 8 p m OPERATOR CO. park. When parked, stop engine IIIATINC 5

j ., scoring of 191-838 bv Bill Engel WINDOW set handbrake Be sure / *'
'
I Fibr. glass bottom. Alwayi Just home from college A Senior Citizen Match Team OPENS TOMORROWE. to take your Ignition keys with 5..I {001'

I kept under cover and 1961 from the Port Charlotte Bowl Venice Av.. & Venice By-Way you when leaving the carAt .
i. I KENNEL CLUBBetween Evmrude 40 HP with leetrie Jack Duke and Floyd Hunt rams Is available for a Sun. nltM, watch for ppdes- 744 VENICE AVE. E.

I starter two fuel tanks. In excellent teamed up In the KINGS 4iv afternoon match game CARL & ANN SUNDBERG Owners Mans wearing dark clothing,

I'' U.S. 41.301 running order. TOURNEY almost take all the with the local Senior Citlrens Open $ 'm. 'til 5 p.m. except Friday 'til 830; p.m. those 'Jaywalking or walking on PH. 4885359PAGE

I 'I marbles when they won the If they can come up with a and Sunday I 'til S p.m. edge of dark country roads, .. -
f'' I Br.denton Ro.d ALL FOR $250.00 FIRM. r 1st 2nd. and' 4th fame and vxvl match team restart TeePrys' Nloht driving takes twice the ,
Phone 488 1824 .
1 PHONE 488.1832 total 1 "i"> 'ori rco "ur.f if vou'rs over 65: and In. I <.on"rntlon, -,n,4 Driving Bptl .

$38 They lost only !the 3rd I ttrested. I 'little at day driving. 1
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George Mahar Will Review Methodist WSCS Circles Meet
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Two Asolo Plays on Monday I I I Next Week Before Summer Recess I I

Cessation of activity for the tending are requested to bring
George and Mahar, VHS instructor "School for Scandal" and Mo- I summer for most of the circlesof sandwiches After devotions a 'I
guest dramatist, will be Here' "Imaginary Invalid," Woman' Society for Christian song feet of favorite hymnswill
speaker at a Sarasota Service of Venice.Nokomis -
County plays which will be included comprise the program I
Friends of the Library Iin the Asolo Theater Comedy Methodist Church will be with Mrs Eva Oroff at the
Asolo program Theater Monday at 8 p.m at Festival July 9Aug 29, I in effect after the June 22 and piano. i

The meeting Monday is 23 meetings. Porter Circle will meet Tuesday
Mahar will open No June meetings are scheduled
review
and give to the public and there will be at 9:30: a.m. at the homeof
reading_ i from Sheridan'sArea .en for the Martha and Hazel
no charge : it 1 'rt Woodard Circles. All groups Mrs Herbert Van Norte of
Other plays In the Comedy will reconvene in Septemberand Myrtle St.. Nokomis Devotions
Girl Festival repertoire will be and program will be hi charge
Scouts chairmen are re-
t program
Shakespeare's "Twelfth NlKhl quested to arrange programs of Mrs. O. Lovell Day.
Visit and Christopher Fry's "The I i for that month. Ethel Blalock Circle will
"l This WeekIn Lady's Not for Burning," \ .P a r The general meetings will meet at the home of Mr. B.
Active hi dramatic produc- continue monthly throughoutthe << E. Bowen of Pavonla Road
,at. --4" ,0, WashingtonMisses tions in Sarasota before join summer as will the Pria- Bar Point, Nokomis, Tuesdayat
ing the English department cllla Circle meetings. 8 p.m.Ruth .
BILL HARDEN Andrea Beacher and staff at VHS last year, Maharwas Curry Circle will meet at Circle will meet Tuesday r
Mary Phillips Morrison left a member of the original Fellowship Hall for a luncheon at 2 p.m. at the home if
Harden Is Top Monday with 19 other area Asolo] Theater Company In \ Monday at 1 p.m. Those at Mrs Oren Decker of Municipal l<
Girl Scouts for a week in 1960, directed the Sailor Circus Trailer Park. Devotions ,
Washington, D. appeared in Asolo The- r r1 _. .. be P
E. Student C and Rock .. ;'" will given by Mrs. W T.
U.
wood Camp, national Girl ater and Sarasota Players pro- I ". '\. PettI. Mrs A. W. Banner will !I'
Scout camp near Bethesda, ductions and directed Players : be in charge of the program.
(Tilliam H. Harden Jr., son Md. I I workshop productions. Priscllla Circle will meet
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Harden During the VHS 1963-64 year, / ,, .
Accompanying the girls were TYem"ay at 8 p m at the homeof
Hudson Road is leading the three chaparones including I he organized the Jesters Dra- Mrs T. S. Carpenter of
member graduating class in Mrs Helen Curwood, local matic Club and directed the Pameto Road, Nokomis. Mrs,
chamcal engineering at tinir senior play. He also directed
scout leader. Irvin Muhn will be in charge
,ity of Florida with a 3,84 I three of the five Venice Little J of devotions and ,
programs. :
The
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gins were met in Washington
Theater
rage. I productions during the ,,: 1
will receive his Bachelor Tuesday by Sen. Spes- season just completed. .. 1" 1
He sard --- --- --- -- -- I
Holland. On Wednesday --- I Hammurabl was a born Internal
Science degree in August they visited Arlington Ceme- One.fifth of the unemployed :, TWO VENICE HAIR STYLISTS brought Celll as model. Miss Flowers won first in I .revenue man When a i
chest scholastic average in tery and placed flowers on the in the United States has less home three contest awards recently in hairstyling Affiliate 36, Venice Englewood Area Cosmeto- 'leap year month was needed
mechanical engineering dusting class last year was Kennedy and the Tomb of the the U S. Office of Education of the contests They are Mrs Ann Keyser, contest i in, Fort Myers May 18, using her twin 1 he had the sixth month, '
unknown Soldier. Today they reports. Of the total labor force right, Anne-K Beauty Shoppe owner, and one sister, Mrs. Bill (Christy) Driggers as model """,, I'i Ellul," repeated. An extra
8111 will enter graduate will visit Mount Vernon, the more than 13 per cent haven't of the Anne.K operators, Cathy Flowers. The other award she is holding representsher round of taxes, he decreed, i
tool! in September and will White House and other government finished the eighth grade. Mrs. Keyser won first place in the annual third place win in the state smetolog. I' would be due on the 25th of
rive< his master's degree in buildings L'Oreal color contest at the Jack Tar Hotelin ists contest in Fort Lauderdale May 24-23 Ellul II.
,ni They will return Sunday. St Petersburg in April using Miss Judy I

GOOD BUY OES Honors Fathers t r FREESUN

State Fair Art Exhibit Is \ At Meeting TonightFather I ELDER MATIIEWS-- DIAGNOSIS ELECTRIC CLINICTo ENGINE

and Masons will be NEW PASTOR Assuminghis Cheek Electrical and
Now On at RinglingThe
1tc1? stars eseteINfYRANtI Display honored at the meeting of Venice duties as pastor of the Carburetion Performance of \
Chapter 248 Order of East- Venice.Nokomis Seventh Day Your Car Engine. All Males
...... > t ninth annual Florida van, professor of art and di- ern Star, today at 8 pm at Adventist Church and the and Models.
State Fair Fine Arts Exhibi- rector of the Krannert Art the Masonic Temple on East Sarasota Church Is Elder Call for Appointment
tion, now on display in the Museum of the University of Venice Ave. Robert L. Mathews who
Ringling Museum of Art, will Illinois, John Gordon, curatorof Host and hostess at the social comes here from the San- June 18, 19,20.8 am 'til noon
continue through August 26. the Whitney Museum of hour will be Mr. and Mrs ford-DeLand District. Elder] WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTHT I;
GOOD GUY Co-sponsored in Sarasota by American Art in New York; Alva Soldner, assisted by Mrs Mathews, his wife and their
AIR the Sarasota Art Associationand and Harris Prior, director of Emmy Larson Mrs. Catherine two sons will make their l Phone 488.6745
the Ringling Museums, the the Rochester Memorial Art 1-LaByer and Mrs. Ethel___Long_ ._ home here. _
showing contains 41 works of Gallery of the University of t
contemporary Florida artists Rochester New York, '"9
o The Florida State Fair Art Over 800 works were considered J
Committee prepared the exhibition this with 101 selected
....... 1' which was first displayedat for the year Tampa opening In You spend without a care when ,there's money sport...

CONDI r the Tampa Art Institute February From this number,
.. .t Following the Ringling show- forty-one were finally chosen
ing, it will travel to the Nor- for exhibition in Sarasota, Save One

FOR AUTO LIFE I FIRE INSURANCE ton in West Gallery Palm and Beach School and of Art the Jacksonville Beach. Ten of and the West paintingshave Palm You feel freer to spend when yoi haw a

Hugh G. McPherson Jacksonville Art Mjseum recently been on displayat month's pay saved. For you have fewer wor
This annual exhibition Is the Florida Showcase in ties about emergencies... .about how you are
Months
253 S. Tamiami Trail open to all artists who residein New York. Pay going to take care of a sudden need for rash.You've .
Florida six months of the The five artists who won the
Ph. 4886567 year. Original works in all top $500 Awards of Merit are got it. ..a security fund in the bank
your whole house psiieii styles and media are judgedby Kenneth A. Kerslake of Gainesville Start Today I where you can get your' hands on it quickly.
an out-of.state jury com- Fonchen Lord of Lak"- :Open: your bank savings account today.Any
STATE FARM posed of three authorities of land, William Pachner of
amount does iL And begin saving regularly.
Inausw.Companl" national reputation This year's Clearwater, and Syd Solomon
with Nome 015,5.5' Bloomlnlt.n,11151015BUSINESSMEN'S jury consisted of C. V. Dono- and Vernon Voelz of Sarasota Before you realize it, you'll have a month's
r Those receiving honorable -a 5.e pay in the bank...earning interest for you.
mention are Ernest L. Cox,
YOU CAN SAVE WAYS Wallace F. Green and William f ,,13
for less than the 3 C. Robertson, Jr of Tampa, MRA M MAN _

On Auto Insurance Marjorie, Daisy Armston Kornig of of Clearwater ]Temple FIRST nnTionnif\ p;;JEnnK Of i/TniiE/

cost of room units I 1. NEW LOW RATES Terrace, and Craig Rubadouxof \ -k J.L VINICI ILa .LOII""
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS Sarasota. "U
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE It. ,- ,wJL, ,aAA e" 1 1t'
'Space does not permit' mere r- efts "
ly means that the writer is well
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CAP Activities State Farm Land I NPC CLUB NOTES Classes PlannedIn I Bridge Scores I

ElectronicsApplications BRinOB STUDIO I-M., w. It
Values IncreaseThe By MARGUERITE PETERSONAil Mnnd.r. J".. It*. 1 1.m. Cerla. n.rr T.mti.y'1"I'A.TWEIIT "*
Told To Lions North Port residents are North Port Shopping Center night.t 7:30: at the Community for a class In NORTHSOUTHMra. '-
market value of farmlands invited to attend the June Welcome from 9:30: a.m. to 2 p.m. Center for their ref i-Jar meet- electronics technician trainingare I ...rm C.*1:....Bryant and Mn. Harry 1-Mrs PMw, tL nh.r L,.n.rhnkr," ,,, a..111...
Party sponsored by the Mrs. Susan Crean ia chair. being accepted at the Sara- .-I.111..... R. N. Gouts ea' Mrs. I. 1.N.ahn -Mm. W. 00'-'IN.,4
H. M. Place III, command In Florida moved up ID Civic Association. The feitivl man. Ing.Mr.. Alan T. Dagg program sofa Community School adult Mt... 1.I.h.: 100. ay $,. I. e.
.
,
nd fee Eaton
lam. O. Kibe s
a-win. i -
last
ant of cadets, Venice Composite per cent during year compared ties start S. o..hle s5a
at 2 p.m. today at -0- chairman, announced "Safe education division, 1001 M.rf.e, fa Mw end
Squadron, Civil Air Patrol with a national Increaseof the Community Center. An interesting The North Port Woman's Boating" will be the them forth Washington Blvd. IIAIT..IIT ViNses ons'rRACT Samoa
spoke on activities of the 6 per cent, the Florida State and varied programhas Club met last Thursday for the evening and Commodore The course Is a laboratory 1-1\1." L.ah FAI. I. V.ml. and v. 6h I-M..aRldy. I. II., Jun, 1st,, rab: ..CLIJ.
organization at last Thursday's Chamber of Commerce reported been planned with stresson teat meeting of the season and Canfield urges all the members approach to training for the s-I. .H. Mark ue CoL Ylawnt ...._'.14. 5au4.1"d krq
of the Venice Lions in its Weekly Business Re. audience Plxon. It.I "' 111... Ellin MoTi'ao, ..
meeting participation will resume again In Septem to take advantage of this opportunity electronic industry. Modern -MIM' Sank Flair 1 Mid AtonM. Fain, Rlehardion. At'... *">. T. 1,
Club at Fisherman' Wharf. view. Come on out for a pleasan* ber. to learn more on this demonstration and test equipment 5o'. .Mm a. & er...t Fy
H. outlined work "The. gains In per acre valueof afternoon Of music DRTPOB!: RPUDIO 1 P...... SI. JI. t4Mr.
the patrol's and tot
Index games President Evelyn Pal meter subject and be better preparedIn especially designed 74wd.r. Jun. th. TillMra. ,..... and Mrs. R.
lands based X.
In March and rescue, national ( farm are on refreshments. will be used ft..u. 10-
t announced Nov. 14 li the date any emergency teaching purposes J m 0. Kalx and Col. VlnemttMra'c.
and local and the numbers with the 1Q 7-S! Director John' has I1t.... N.
emergencies Boyle been itt for the Woman'a Club Annual -.c.- In the course. The course will k
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and
Al foanMarI
BiTMt
youth aerospace program. average representing 100, it deluged with requests to organize Batcar and thoM In The Greater Pittsburgh Club cover the various componentsfound as.aMrs Qll ,
said. I new trips such as the charge will be announced at dunce and monthly set togetherwill in electronic units and J. H. Mnrrto and Ur ......
There's. nothing! nicer than "In November 1962. Florida'sfarm .one taken recently to Busch a later date. be held this Saturday at their place in the electronic 4,5..ST.II... 1ut1l n..., and. at.. last
doing business with a customer I land value index stoodat Gardens in Tampa. Bus toursto During the course of business! 7:30: p.m. at the NPC Commun. circuit. I. Uh 18'.,.
who his bill with 147. B. March of 1963, the Cypress Gardens, cruises to I 44-Mr. and Mr*. R. N OnM.4..
electronic
for the
pay
the: ladies voted to cooperateIn ity Center. There will be door The examination BRinnc: : 1I""DlW"'n. etDURWATER
8m1le.j .1 Index had moved up t to 1M; Nassau and the Caribbean ... SVSTEMS
are starting a new branch' 11. prizes awarded and refreshments technician applicants Kl.r. Jnt. 101*. TilO ""' CAM BE CURED
j to 158 In July and to 161 by among the few suggested. bury here. This will be a will be served. All residents will be given by the Florida I-J.Mra.Un Corrie.... .. M.I Ot.t. and II... lash WE'RE134f DOCIORBE
November Those Interested in another trip branch of the Venice Libraryand of the Greater Pittsburgharea State Employment Service at ._MlM Sarah ripr 1 and. Mrs W. K. AcSuRIDj
FREESUN 'This-' November 1963 Index should contact Mr. Boyle at the will be staffed by volun are Invited to attend and 7 p.m. Sept. 10, In the cafeteria 1i........, IDU.WOrtANS. Ct.UBTurH.r.
ELECTRIC ENGINE placed Florida way ahead of party today. teer worker Mrs. Dorothy bring your friends.The at Sarasota High School. Jm HUi, 1 p.m.
DIAGNOSIS CLINICTo any other state in the nstton. The board of directors of the Utley was appointed chairman next meeting of the All applicants are required to NORTHSOUTHSl .
Dlion and 1Ir. It.U
Check Electrical and The national average was 128 I Civic Association will meet at In charge of getting volunteer Greater Pitts burl Club will beheld take this test. t tn"<*.
on that date. 1:30: this morning at the Com helD for this purpose. Anyone on Thursday. July 2. and The class Is open to high I-J-..-HUT. IUIm.r and I. K. Dill
Carburetion Performance of "All types of land within munity Center for their regularmainess with library experience interested the group will meet early at school graduates or equivalentand t... t... Louts J. Umrtte and War,
.
Your Car Engine All Makes i farms are. included in the values meeting prior to the In helping In this cause 8:00: p.m. for a Covered Dish will meet two nights a Hulk a........ "',..
and Modslt. whether bearing crops or Civic meeting next Wednesday, week. There will be 00 1r.AlT.WIOTIIII.
may contact her. Dinner before the regularmeeting a $3 ... R. N. Oo.M and II... J. J.
Call for Appointment lying idle. No urban land Is June 24 at 7:30: p.m. Mr. Rockwood Bullard of Ven- at 7:30: at the Com registration fee for the course. NMLn' 5514.sw. .
Included but the growth of city 0.no.\ ... Van R. Tarlrr. 71.
June 18, 19, 20.8 am 'tir noon affects the -0- (Ice, president of the Friends munity Center. Additional Information Is 1-III... J. H. Morrto and ,.... Ef.'
and suburban areas World War I Veterans met of the Library board spoke to Mr J. H. Bates Is president. available by calling 958-1332 or Mortaon. ?S't.
WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTHT value of farm land Indlrectlv last Thursday afternoon for the ladies on their plan. and -OA at the school from 8 a.m. to .RI. .a BTT'DIOFrid.r. .
bv strengthening total demand. their regular monthly meeting how to get this project under number of teenagers! hell 4 I p.m. week days. I J'in UUh 1 pm.floatssOUTH
Phone 488-674S This situation is particularly at the Community Center! way. Mrs. Dorothy Lent librarian ed the volunteer firemen fivhts 1--1\1.. lash, i. V.OPtIe .nd H...,.

true in Florida"Savets Commander'...I..1 Frank Rodman from the._Venice .TJorvry :: bl"lsh, fire!: Ignited! by lightning Throckmorton, David Berger 1-111.MMnwr.. rod.11.' SrMaw sad Vat a
... ..
preu carts Ii'l.
aiso aaaru..eane last Thursday afternoon on, Bob Emerick and Don Reek.
Delegates chosen to attend group. just 500 yards back of the NPC .
he Veterans of World War I Mrs Irene Kenyon gave an Community Center. Through The volunteer firemen were OOQOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOp0000___
:make a beelitu our Bask: Whirl your Department of Florida Convention interesting demonstration on the concerted efforts of the Chief "Doc" Henriksen, Lt.Ray MOVIE
In Orlando next Saturdayare how to make ceramics. roup the blaze was soon ? Palm Firemen Sam Mathews VENICE *
Paul Palmeter. William A. After the meeting refreshments brought under control. For awhile Al Sendker, William
Balance grows Interest Garvey Albert Coll! Louis gen- were served by Mrs. it threatened the Com lukefhire. Carl Meyer Clair GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
.. melke, John Woods. Romeyn William Thomas and Mrs. Eunice munity Center and aurround- tauch, Leonard New and Phil RIVE.N| THEATRE
: odds to It, and you Utley. Otto Houck and Com Braun log area. Teenagers helping to lip Baumeister.
mander Rodman. I "See you again in Septem battle the blaze were Allen Lebeau Chief Henrlksen commended THURS. THRU SAT."FLIPPER'S I TONIGHT ONLY
Mr. Rodman announced the them all their quick efficient
Bald Benny Pascente Larry on -
emit standing for the third Wednesday of each' month bel'0- Cliff ton, Tom M'M hon.Wsne work In controlling the "WALK ON THE

future as you save; your the Service Officer will be atthe A luncheon was held last Fox David Rife. Eddie fire. NEW ADVENTURE"with WILD SIDE"and
office In the Community
Wednesday at Ryders CongressInn .
Center for the convenience of in Charlotte Harbor by

Banking needs of other kinds can bi Veterans and their widows who members of the Ladies Hobby EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES "SAIL A CROOKED SHIP"
and help in Lute Pamela Franklin
need his advise Club of North Port. Those attending Halpin,
mot at the some time and the claims.
; you making out These
were Mrs. Catherine EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY and Flipper
ntervlews are In private 1 I Rhoden, Mrs Herts Mast, Mrs. FRI. AND SAT !
Barnett Mr. William H. Dyleskl, retired e TRADITIONALLet
Tamar Wilson, Mrs. Iva Van- -
:s, bemuse your funds art protected by attorney from Masahusetts ,Alt. Mrs Edna Houck Miss I us style' your favorite vat ((3 Big Features) i

r sound management, lows, nominations, and and second vlce-pr slert :E. Wilson Mrs. HuMa Blend, or ceramic into beautiful lampi.Rtl SUN. THRU WED. "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK" :
of Civic
the North Port
Mrs. Hazel Klln er, Mrs Dorothy .
Assn. .iI It ) Because they on insured by the Federal Deposit formative talk on the subjectof Sirs Mary RyonMrs: Agnes a All Lamp Repairs 'GIDGET GOES TO ROME'
Wills Pointing out a con. In and''
Herd and Mrs. Mae Bauman.
Insurance Corporation.* Only a derable difference between Work by Erperinc.d Designers and
[ -00- "LADY IN A CAGE" 'ADVANCE TO THE REAR'
the North and South on this The Hobby Club meets on Craftsmen ,

Bank ICCQUntMm ubject. Wednesday mornings from O:3D: with -
all these advantages: The next t regular meeting wIllbe till 12 at the Community Center THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. orn IVEn NIGHt'

on Thursday July 2 at 2p.m. Ann Sothrn I sit. Nor" .. US 41-t1 N. r
OPEN ONI WITH US SOON! 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
-o- ''
'"*"** -o- I The Boat Club jo PYJOQ'
-* l I.i r iie. t.r M The WSCS of TrInity M \tho-
diet Church of North Port Char-
lotte held their first service Inthe
new church on Wesley
Lane. The pastor's wife. Mrs.
304 WEST VENICE AVENUE Alva Soldier: gave the devotions SOB!
;t;* and Mrs Homer Houch
@ was In charge of the program. vr HERE ISITALONEON THE NIGKTOFTHE

VENICE FLORIDA RftrJ?* After the meeting Mrs. Funk BALL! NOTHING HELPS... IVE WASHED AWAY I,

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VENICE. FLORIDA THURSDAY._ JUNE 18. |1964

THE GONDOLIER I PAGE ELEVEN

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Legal Lega! Student Ads What you don't worry about

_ keeps else
someone awake.
IN THE (cOUNT Jl1ltES! ('OtIRT
[ 'I.e TH* cmci'iT role? or TUB IN ANIS IllS RAIIARnTA couNTy.PLOIII1IA. .
I QSS1FlEQ'iDBCLASSIFIED 'WI peas aiD,, IA!. < inn'IT 0"FLORIDA. IN rROIAlC 15 YEAR OLD girl wishes to '
\ IN AND FOR RA8OTA IN liP:, I.-.TATE OF FREE
cola?" LArVKtNCK: S. PATRIA n..._. sell Woman shoe skates
IW CHANrHIYCaw Probate File No. TOW Wooden wheels size 6''<4. Good SUN ELECTRIC ENGINE
Na. IT.Ton WOTICR: TO CREDITORITO : .
486 1921! DIAGNOSIS CLINIC
ARORIA M. LorELLE" AM CRFDITORS AND PERSONS conditIon. $12. Venice :
rl.I.11I HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDs To Check Electrical and
AGAINST SAID ISTATf: HATE: Washing Windows Let
ORAHAIS; B WALKER 'roo em henS.. ..otlll" asS -a.hod I Carburetion rformanca of
LtInoo.i to elk Halm or demand whleh Tom do 'em Plus those oth
any you
Your Car All Makes
NOTIce or BUT mar have .., ccl the KeUU nf LAW.HENcE er odd jobs) Tom Landgraf, Engine.
STATE Or" FLORIDA 8 PATRIAP' riereaaad. late of and Model
I Help Wanted cOUNTY OF sARASOTA s...,..... -onnt.. Florida ,In tha office Phone: 488 2659 After 5:00:
Houses Business Personals T,I GRAHAM E. WALKER, raaldancaLaat .f Hun. IOHN T. CRAHAM Sa naota p.m.> Coil/ for Appoinlmtnt
RATES For Sale .."k.....I bounty J.idge. I In the County Court June t 18, I 19, 20 8 am 'til noon
Real ;;; : known c.td..1. .. ,.
Estate Opportunity o Rnnm" A24Wttntar 0,0 at Saraaota Florida. wllliln' al: WANTED Lawns to mow by
CAN TYPEWRITERS and Adding illdlnt. sin LaBalla BtChlouro ..''OItd., monlh. 'rom ISo d.1o 01 tho : WOODCHRYSLER.PLYMOUTHT
MUST IOU SELL Machines (mechanically III. riot n.bIk-tlo.. .t .hl. NP/Sm. reliable college student. Rea
Charge Rates, both Thursday SELL, leaving area See Your own full-time business, rated( op. CRAHAM B WAIKPR, a>km> *.d.d. 1"o'" .lalm or di....._ ,,...1 ... I I. sonable. References Dial 488 I
and Monday Editions it and make offer Real I ) Chemically cleaned .... la unknown, 5 If all,.. and If ... wrltlnaand. In duplicate: .hall ...,. the
2 Bed. Estate right In this like new. Just f 12.SO plus parts .m..1.. tkaranlaaa ,.ko.,. h...., 5-b.. ,,, rico of rriMenre and |K.t office adorney 4071.I Phone 488.6745
$1.50 rooms CB construction, ca. area. National company established If required All makts Venice a-ranton er oth r partlM .1.',. d... 01 tho 1.110..' : .h.1I 51.t0 .....n l .
thedral ceiling, screened porch In 1900 I.f ay. thro.ith. tindrr or analnat awn h, tho rl.I".t. hi. 50011' OP hI. .1. WILL TAKE CARE of your
Stationers
largest In 211 W. Venice
Ave
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etc .rd rttfandant "If allva I and If I aha II bt .rorrtoI hr I'' 05ftline
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nice home Call 4741451 : its field Unlicensed 4886111 .. most precious possessions
? writeus dm4. thol. -k-.s 51.1.. ImS 8- sod .ny ""h ,1.0.' o. .m..d
((12 word minimum) evening ). Training and Instruction anlaaal' 1 and all costhoIe o. lot o, fits' -hall be voM' Tna flTl.. feeiiib4 Irlieblc, experienced] baby siter -
Additional Words sech 6c Drensmaking, alterations, draperies .'Imlna lo 4'... c,., rlaUt, tllla or ...y be .| to Ilia amount of IhrAtUimeyi .
given In all phases of your orrat In 51,. propmr herein, daaerlbad, -lm, ..4 .'tts fo1sn .5cc. be ahtoionS' Janice jemup, 488 5698OB 'L.TcH
operations from Start etc reasonable 481 1130 to from tho CssP2.4cc'. tfflr.IOIRTRI'DF. -
Rentals to 5:5 .,. 81""k 15. OUU' VIF.WRECTIOII : R PAYOlA?. WANTEDCafjam, < p'
CASH rctat, both Thursday Success All advertising, aU 01"" voster' PI.t .. Asrinlstml,4s of tho JJotolo! .
and Monday Editioni aigns forms supplies are Rook I. Pan. 77 7tA. Publla 0' I........ s. r.trt.. Linderman at 488-4609. Full
lecorda of II.. ,... County, Florida. lpaod time if possible if not will take
MODEL HOME 2 large bed furnished Nation.wide ad. SHEPARD You and ca-h of yon .... hmcm.. RttASWEIL a BROWNVenlceNnkomla (
51.40 room, bath and shower vertising brings Buyers from ...'Iv mil If M that ARDRIA M. La< Bank Bid:... part time work. .
LUMBER CO. PELLEY filM bar sos Complaint I I.Ih. In Venice Florida."'
large living room lunporch'E.Jectrlc Everywhere. Can you qualIfy Circuit, Court of Saraaota County. Publlah. June II. IS 15 and July t. 1 1961 CHINA BERRY TREES, SO d5 1I \
|11 l2 word m'ntrpum) kitchen, electric heat ? You must have Initiative 1003 N. Walton Bird Florida. ...1.1 you and aack of you beiutl ,, Only faucet
Makes
5. OvfvnlanU. anAlnn .. aulrt lltla toPlalnlirr ..1IHK entrusT COIRT OF THFIWRIFTH cents apiece.
Additional' Wordi. .I ch 5c air conditioned carport. .. excellent character SArasota th. to Ika abn1t ....,lbocI Kal JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ful shade trees Call] Scott Efr;

miles south to Crane Rd on bondable). sales ability, be call ,root, loeatad I. garaaola Coo.". SARAKOTA COUNTY. FLORIDA I Infield. 488.21137.The .
Far Aieie AII..('.. "'.. la tlaaal.ibil left 488.1853. financially IN r'HAl/rERV
.. U'... la enarffa .( II eenta Venice, Fla resporsible Com ELLIOTT PAUL You ara harvby roeil-nd 1 tn file,, your ROM TIdE: rtLOUNT,
Una far ana Inienlou. M Mnta misslon.volume opportunity 0-ill,5.o.0.. or ether drfenam tn aa,lmplalnt Plaintiff, mossy wetlands -support
.iIn. ..ek Inaerllan tfiareafter. DUPLEX: close to Venice I for man, for with tka Jetlic woman couple or soecles of insectvorous
A aorrlea charn of II ..... Court In Saraaola. Plnrida. and tn aarvaa : : w. MXIUNTDefendant. some 450 -
.... far aiaa of lha Ganinller. P O. 3 minutes to beach. I team That Can Sell Write to. ROOF TRUSSES trna oapy. tkanof to HARRY A. plant such ", the pit
... ........ In i.p5.. .. .....11'.... bedroom twin beds $20 week. I day for Information STROUT Alum. Window & Doors. YARGFR, attorney for Plaintllf. addreoi. NOTICE OF" SUIT cher plant from -: -'
KOI ail. V MI lea. Horida, ly for couple 805 Higel Drive. REALTY, J E Mann Area Contract Roofing X Painting *n>ra tka l 11th) day of July, INS ero Wantworth Avenue, alumet City Labrador to Florida Sarracenia -
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOn. 488 3602 SupervIsor 1222 E. Colonial ,,,I'a- aueh Complaint' Ul na ..... Illlnola. ,'
Phone 4332132 Venice ... purpurea dross hll,ips b
aied t n.teo and a 1Jor.. Pronfaaao You are hereby notified that a Com J. W. MOORE
Edition, par Inch $J.Od\ Drive, Orlando Fla] I > entered 55.,.. and for aald p'.IM' fur divorce baa been filed atalneiyou an alluring I i perfume thru
Both Editions, p.r Inch $3.SO AIRY COMFORTABLE fur. coIl.. tn prnrerd ro..... ...'..1 you and you a... required to aerve tFT I drowns them hi the liquid.f I Med I
I DONB AND onOkKLU tkla ISiS day )' f'f yo jr anawer or pleadlnv to shyo.tplsi5 PLUMBING CO.
-- .fished apartment Near shopping I Male HeIr Wanted RUBBER STAMPS made to order of Jun, IWI hr Pt.tptlfr, pltcher.shaned leaves The _
centers. No pen $52 Overnight service. Of. W. A. WYNEE. Clerk eftha he fIrm of"BOONE:. HAZES "a 7sPHORDINfl reddish )green leaves of pitcher Harbor Lights On The Trail
clanified' ads abU In
All pe TRACTOR Circuit css.l'n'rry Box ItM Venice, Floridaid .
Utilities Included 4884006( OPERATOR to run flee personal pocket or stock K. eVTBfcRE.: DC file the .,1,,,.., ....... or pleadIn plants bristle inside with hairs I RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS i
advarx except mower and general handi. 48R.1432 HARRY A. YARCERIn I.. the offlFe of the Clerk. of the which point downward. preentlne -
accountw. UPSTAIRS work. 5 nil. Venic.. "o.ld. .Ireull Court on or .before the lilt day
apartment. Bed. day week, Apply] In P"bll.hM' 3,.. II. 15. Jole I. .. 108t of J,ilr. 1M<. If yo,i fall to do ... ji.dietnent \ escape of bun PHONE 488.4450 _
room, den ond living area, person Warm Mineral Springs. Leqal; h, default will I he taken airainiii

CANCELLATICN or screen porch Completely fur. ELDERLY MAN HOTItlt OP INTENTION TflRKOISIER .you......I.ln'fur .the Mllef demanded In UiiIda WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.
ADJUSTMENT nished, including air condition. retiree for NOTIrP Of IWTFNTIONTO Ficrmoia NAME Do. ..d o".reI ., 1I..n'. Plo, ,. "
er. Private entrance Near evening work aa doorman uro'STKR rtrrmoiti II A Mil: The underained. dooa hereby certify Una !>nd day of May 1X4 RAMBLER DODGEI5
Raqueit for cancellation? .. Th. underalvnH. doaa herehv. ertif, that ha to conducting W A. WYNNF.
Apply Gulf Theater after 8 drive In raatau* Trail 488-3765-488-41
became of Baptist Church, Venice. $05 thai h. li r nd mini. a Retail tI..,'... ,.nt bualneaa at Venice' Florida under Clerk of 'the Circuit' Court. S. Tamiam!
er edjuatrrvent monthly. Phone 4742445. p.m. and Allied. P""'.... $nualnent' at IBM Sn.Tamlaml ''h. 0I.ttIos., name or DOG N 8UD8 "".,otc County Florida SPECIALIST IN. .
Irror mutt be made for Trail v..,... P-I... ondar tho OF Vt.NKt, and that sold firm la By Jane Gulmmo.rittHitr .
FORMER fletltlnua name nf Tha Handy Hardware onmpoaeo1 the follnwfnv ... ,. Clerk
MARINES. receivefou .a. ohs ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT I
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE VACATIONER'S NOTICE. and that mid' firm .la .tnpod. of tho Ic0c and filaeea of reaidenea .. souse HAZES eV HORDING.
Monday. For Mon. ((4)) days pay each month fAllowine ......... oh,.. nameaBlaeee ..d are AIII>..... for plaintiff, S Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis \
S p.m. on Completely furnished 1. 2, 3 for one week-end drill. Regu. of ...Id.... ara aa follow foilHILLIAM Go F.LLtOTT: los 1.0 Goeta Florida, Power I.liht B,,lldlnr,
day Gondolier BEFORE 5p.rn. room apartments and bath, In. lar credits Ralph lanilerl, Jr. P. O Box 168, Drive, Venice, Florida. P. O. Bon 16.6. Venice. r,lor,"la Front End Alignment S Oil Chang
eluding utilities and linens. toward retirement Venice Kla. Ownerrblp of IOU N BUDS Of VEN. Publl.h I.,.. t. II. \I'. ". IBM Front End Overhaul S Adjust Hesdlighti Beams
Triuriday. .
on plus the added earning ICE I. aa .U.WIIWILLIAM !
powerof OmmhfsetThaH.sdyEa.dssh
Weekly $10M5$20; Monthly I two weeks aa follow*i Q. LLLIOTT; IOO*. Wheel Balancing Electrical RepainAny
PHONE $30-$55.$,6!. Call 488.347, evenIngs summer camp in Ralph Lanrlerl, .. Jr, 100 par eent, It la my Intention lo applr' to tha Engine Overhaul Automatic or Standard .
California for
in August Call 838I Clerk of the Ureult Court In and for an
I It li Intention to thi
474-2"fi9:; 504 and 818 Ar. I hilt< Tamoa for details rink of mv I he (' ....It Court apply In and to In. Saraaot, County. Florida. to register /f>/l n: S Radio Repairs Transmission Repair !:
488-3125 mada Road. F.-...... Coimte. Florida, to retrlnter thi the aa 9 name DOG N IUDS OF" VtN. enjoyable JilBa InstallationCompare
.. ICE under the pnxltlona of \ Airconditionmq Repairs and
l4 .0.., Tha Sian,?. H.. ...... ttnder Chapter r
Fp.Mf'le'! Helo WantedWANT thp ",...1.1... of Chantar t09&S. 101.1. I.awe of Florida, Aela of 1141 day of V ---_ -
Risa..a.-05 hand thia lit da, JuneIXt _
v..roo. I Redraeja. fnrnl.hW. 171IIH Lawa of Florida. Ae a of 1 4IItneaa .
"' ...... '. bar at ha...,.. \\' mr hand thla lat dagr of Ji ... WILLIAM G ELLIO1'I'Psbii.h.di TRY
VERY
Good
1554.
Real Estate Call LOU Moons, old for important
yrs SARASOTAGOLF
I 10. .. 5 II. 15. U. 1084. !
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the permanent position All in. MORE PEOPLE utE
HELP me move the hundredsof quires confidential Credit I IN THE rosary Ji'nrrs I'Ol'nT m CLUB
water. Nicely furnished AND! rOil SORASIITA' 'OI'NTY' ,
fine building and Investment NPC. Phone 4883681. Bureau Venice.Nokomis-Engle. FLOIIIDA. 1:01: rsosays SUBSCRIBING TO AND"\ DAILY GReEN Qrt ftfl

lots we have In this area wood phone 4886241 for appointment III Edm'-4: Rn: YSTATE.1. 55,451'"?.01"n." ....,? I FEES . Ov.UV Get the best car rental deal fromECOIllCAR

city and suburban List your NEWLY DECORATED I bed. loonIest TO CRFrMTORe. READING THE Just Off Bee Ridge> Rd.
Venice lots with We TO All. I
CRFTIITORS
South us furnished MIDDLE AND PFRaON!
room apartment. AGE Woman live intake HAVING CIMM1 Oil DEMAND South of Sarasota
are movm' em. Call! Bruce F Largo kitchen living room. By care of home and cook AOAIhST! SAID' KSTATE!: !:, 1CNICC GONDOLIER ... ..

Thompson at Gulf Realty. week month or year. Phone for two adults and self Good Yon are harehv notified and mulremay .---
la "" aoe .1.lm 0. d..4 .hI.h "' --- ='
Nile 438- sao - -- '
Phone Day 488- 738, davs 4833785, evenings 438. home nice room, time off, and los .*.1.., the F-tate nf C4dd
5836 5994. salary Call at 944 Nokomis .1. Mad.II. Iin-ce-H. .. lau of inraCoimtv ",. the only difference is the low price
01.-It.' I In 'lh, office ef H..n.
Ave.. Venire or hrma 4M-fl62. tORN T. !CRAHAM funretm Counttir "- :
AIR CONDITIONED. One bed. .. ,In he r.s.Cct" Hni. Lots For Sale ....., .. Florida wltbln all, ...t.st.rnosti you you
room Apartment. For um-- Misc. For Sale ,. ,fr 'm tha da. of the flret" pub
mer or yearly. Adults At 251 11,,,',.. of tbla Notlre.
FREE Pickup nr S You Save to 40%
> F."h .1.lm se d".nel ...,,,, b. ,50 up
t-OKOMIS ACRES lot 100x150 4ass:u Call or see Larry Red. LAWNMOWER, self.propelled. ..',I'M. ac4 I I. .h.1 '01.' .h,11 "15It CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE Delivery
ft on canal. Phone 438-5853. ford. Associate Chins Johnson 3 HP. Sunbeam Used one ,. pl.,'. .1 said so..o'I pn'l ,.1'", Credit cards honored .

Real Estate '06 W Venice I season $45 00. Call 4886378 10 add,b._0..f the CI.fw.st CI.I..I'. hla .h.1I.5,05..I.. coos. hi. I LIGHTING SUPPLIES I I Safety.Seat.Belts By the hour, day,

\'EO/lrR/ Pr.ninrcc, sninONI'I5 Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 438-2279. 505 Granada Ave.. Venice. .ivs.-s he ..sons'l.d by I
\ BI'HINF SITEM 57.00 r'toe' f co's .,.S ,I.i" 5Ioad Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month
CALL, IOU IAI'OBS. 4$5-i5? o.5 ::eli I, ,':II'5. oil.\ 'T = I
2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. CHAMPAGNE nylon carpets. fill I,, C.. So ''I.4 "5, ANEOU ELECTRIC; inc.
Nicely furnished Walking One H x 13' round; one 7x8' Se .1,1w, :;"/Stab'': Coon: .s.n .: ..15.tcIed I ,
LOT IN BAY POINT Nokomis f.om tho ,'n"" J.4o'c pearnert' .. Drive New
our
Mile from beach. Block west distance to Casey Key Beach. oval; one 3x8'. tike now. p: I,. '4A"ll. I Bate & Cocknll Streets Phone 483-6794
We pay utilities Yrarly or Very reasonable. Phone 483.PRIGifI' .' K.51db, .e Is. EM.:; I [ automatic shift $ 9 9 \
ef S. 41. Value $1,250. Make
U of Fdwerd J. Madlll I .
offer Ph. 488- 629. seasonally. Ph. 488-5127. 3060 _ _ DpeaaaedAMorner --- 2.door VALIANTS. 3
PIANO 85. Russian DT MR AND DFANIT : \

ELK INLET Scawalled private $ 3 BEDROOM HOUSE air con !I mink stole $50. Phone Voo', ',N..o., rlorlda Street Also, other fine .4." 'or-24 ,..

boat basins E L Kilton ditioned and furnished in 488.4868AUDIOPhlLiS hllnhedt. June in 11 I.III.12.., g. 116t P ; I CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
LAKE VIEW GOLD MEDALION
Drive Nokomts Venice. $90 per month. Writeor I '" "- PI.. ........ par laiM
a Bayshore .mpire turn. IN IMF (0IJR1'Oe'rHE busty at slightly higher rates.
phone Earl Bond WAI-4ltt. JLDCB SARA ')TA COUNTY :
Rt. 3. Box 564X Arcadia. Fla.. table. Brush gold. 2 Fisher FIORIPAIN : MODEL HOME
XIOO and
rROBAlCin
units lOOT. 2 ISin3ozak'i .
Houses For Sale and give references Ra F..t.,. oft
207 In three foot Acus- HHIrN U Pl'fUFN. 1>*rtmiAXOflfF .. 1' IN BEAUTIFUL VENICE GARDENS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
ticraft enclosures Make offer OF" INlfNIION: TO MAX
I Deiirei family to really :
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SOUTH VENICE. C.B. House VENICE II DDR INPIRMSMFDI Private party. Phone 426.1055. PLICATION" FOR FINAL FINEST' ay RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096
nil* AT
HARCEN FLORIDA LIVING IT'S
and S Iota on corner, 2 bed. I I .. r.I..... I Mr. IFnfurnl.lied,. ..tire. In hereby gin that I hiMH ..
rooms 1 bath, Florida room. lift CALL LOU JACOFS .M.IS TTRAILVIEW CHICKERING Studio size PIano ', my final itpnrt aa Fx c.'u"r of tnaatalaof : EZ TERMS NO CLOSING COSTS GULF GPDE N AUTO CENTERVenice
HFIFN C. 8UGIIFN derga-ed.,
and bench Excellent
condition
Furnished. $11,200 cash $2800. that I have flM my pptlllun for flni Air Conditioned Electric Heat Pump
Mortgage can be arranged. APT. for rent by S600 Phone 488.3522 -,. dliehai-iiF' anil? that on tha ttk ... 0' Two Bedrooms Two Tiled Baths
ter 4 July, A I). lint l 0 lll sn-c, to thy lion Large Shopping<:l Center (
468.4627. year. Completely furnished p.m. .i..hla ("''',. 31' x II' Screened Lanai 31 S 14 Carport
Automotie heat and air con Florida, r.r api,. ".al I of .,'d final rapoimil -, CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER
DUE TO ILLNESS, must sell ft, On E -Pianos for Cn'd I bath ditioned. 1000 Sq. Steinway Knrbe Everett lha e.>ale, of HEleN!; C. BUODtN, 4- I CENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
l"g /
CB. 2 bedroom. St close to stores rcrtThi.
Private 408.2794. Tampa George Sleek Winter Cable Ilk day if J.me. AD. '11)64 I 1 .
road. $12,500.
builder 488-6653 ... ,. .
Keel _
Tel. 488.1321.PARTLY Nelson Fayette S. Cable M A UIHSUEIL, ; Harry L. ph. Workft .1. t growing car mold tyttom tmmm

F.,,, or ol the F.t.le' ofHFLrN ,. =- -.: T'\<,.., .... _""" '..".,, '''''..,, 55W' TrWUI.4
Hallett & DaUs
ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom. 2 FURNISHED, 2 bed. C. CU/IDES. '

baths Reasonable. Easy room cottage $65 month. Musette Pianola Players Publlihl, June Dect II.ed.II. if. July I. IM4 LARGER
terms. P. O Box 98, Venice or plus utilities Phone 488.4927 or Players DISTINCTIVE
Phone 488- 4H. Organs- I I
488.6474. Allen Lowrev '
>.l BDR. VENKB BAKC.AINt COMI"I.I'TEELECTION: '\ OF ( Recil Esta te Corner
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FINE HOME In choice location hi Nov. 25th. Dell Oondhart, PIANOS AND ORGANS

of Venice Gardens 2 Padus Court Rt S. NoknmH FROM *ir # E

large bedrooms 1H baths Al- "FloeMe's] \ Lergent) Music Co." Do you need a Bldg site on CITY OF VENICE

10 a den that could be used for Mobilo Homes CANNON MUSIC CO. INTERESTED? RR7 100 x 200 In City bedrooms, 3.baths, Florid! .

an extra bedroom. Large util- not lit !'\\t., In Dredging Screened room, living room with fireplace
3 Bedroom, 2 baths Seaboard Ave I., on R.R. with powder
carport
ity room, screened porch, Opn Florid Theatre Oil patio
etc. Corner lot. Only GOOD TRAILER. Screened Open Thurs. & Frl til 9 p.m. Porch, ..tt'ccarport C ALL room, utility room, central

$12,JOO. 380 Hillview Rd., Phone patio. Reasonable 114 Bayou Ph. 858.101" heat 2-ear garage, city wa

488.M94. Dr., Venice Bay Trailer Park. CHANNELS 105 East Aurora KERfMICKLE'MITL. :r.t.and tewer. Well for

Boats For Sale $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. : sprinkling. All this for
THWAIT
OKOMIS BE/CH Area. Air. $28 500.00
N. WIMMERS .
conditioned Cus'om built. 2 Wanted CRUISE ALONG CRUISER. 22 .

bedroom house on channel. ft Excellent condition Ship- REALTOR kLTOR Martin S. Stancik

Large Florida root laree! utility military ta-shnre clans] bottom. Worth FILLS 801 Lag us. Drive REAI.TOR'
YOUNG 1>IEN. fulfill your trip tt> Sarasota Consider 221 W. MiamI Ave.
$14.MO 488 1-4621
carport .ix
room, obligation with only trade Make offer. 9247221. 488.5308 Tel. 4885443
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Channel Lane Owner, months active duty. turn -

488.5062. for service with your local Ma. 22 FT. HEAVY DUTY Custom ,

rine Reserve Unit. Call 836.1911. built boat 8% ft. beam. 130 RICHARDSDREDGING EXCLUSIVE-

CBS 2 BEDROOMS, Florida Tampa, for detail. HP Chris Craft engine day
room tile bath, Golden Beach cabin Ideal for Tarpon fishing! INTERESTED ? 5 ACRE TRACTS CENTER ROAD $850 DOWN

sectIon 828 Roberts St $800. Frank Walther. 1001 La. CO Bal. I 2 :J 4 Years

Help Wanted runs Dr Tel. 4884408 I 100 s '00 BLACKBURN BAY ""A DOWN BAL TO SUIT

VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 H. N. W '.miners Realtor 150 CHOICE BUILDING OR INVESTMENT LOTS

bedroom. 1* baths panelled. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office Lost Rt. 2, Box 382A Venice Gardens and South Venice
ceilIng
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room licensed real REAl. ESTATE
Call 488-5397. wants live-wire J. C., SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING Snead I Island Road GULF REALTY
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2 BEDROOM I bath home on Box 748, Venice on Nokomis Bench off pavilion Palmetto, Fla. I Monday thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday to I VIM. P. TOOLC:
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Lyons Bay Road Nokomis Reward Contact The Gondolier CLOSED SUNDAYS 216, S. Taml.ml' Tr ,

$).sno. Phone 488-2776Venlee WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Newspaper Phone 722.1918 Phor.886738 REG. BROKER 9J5

... Man or Woman to supply 755-6467 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Bruce F. Thompson J. P. Swee Rena Cobb Associates
t fcedreoma '""'.h. with Rawlelgh Products LOST Blue child glasses, or
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DO PEOPLE: I- fttA streets sewers & EAST VENICE AVE. CITY OF VENICE
I Man or Woman for 3 City Lots. 50' frontage, paved city
WANTED general office work and act Member Chamber of Commerce water lidawalki Close to Shopping Center and Downtown. Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof ,

READ aa receptionist Apply at model DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD. 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Oversne Garage '

Town House W. Venice Ava., Heating and Air Conditioning $3,000. $3,500. Immediate Occupancy $17,500.

SMALL ADS? near gulf Heating & Air Conditioning 'Installations I TERMS. NO CLOSING COSTS

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OF THE: ASSOCIATED: FREBu .- MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA PREoa ASSOCIATION I I To The Editor: Maybe speed zone we into should a 65-mile rename zone it HISTORY POINSETTIAS- The Poinsettia is or 0 recommended.8'8, etc. Make such three as applications 6-6-6 following Since the new May members meeting have the

As an interested citizen of introduced to the a year roughly in joined: Lloydc Parsons, Noko.
The AHoeliwd" Paw to ", .''u.I..I, tntliM' M gee tor NniblteMun of ill .... dlipetrhfej errdlud. toot Daytona Speedv.srV plant was mla Mr. and
K at not ethrrwlte credited ,In title papa. and I'M' loal Mm ...bUlh... heroin All ,I.hof republleaUoaat Venice and of young people I Subdivision United States in 1830 by JoleR March, June and October. The ; Mrs. Max Miller
epertal dlepetfhet. are alee. __ deplore the DISINTEREST of The Bay Pomt Pomsctt while serving as October feeding is importantto Englewood; Kenneth Bryant
Th. .... mil lucel. _101.. oonl-ot of Ibis newepeper e) loprrlghted and Its rtpubUcatloa .to .n your paper and the people of seems to be the goat of the U. S Minister to Mexico Many promote large blooms with Sarasota' ; Richard H. Moeller

prowly foreUdea. eaaept .or wrtttM .perwleelon.Publleked Venice in regard to the Florida drawing board engineers as the varietes have been developed good (color also to promote Nokomis; Mrs W S, Miller'North

State Golf Assn Tourna entrances to the highway are good root growth during the Port Charlotte Donald
Junior
plants were ( ;
Ever Moader aedl Tlnraaar .Prom 11144 E. Mural. Arenuo so' steep when you get atop the since the original
Eo..... At SoooBd aM........ At Pot Offlee a t Venice, Florida ment which was held at the rise It is impossible to see introduced by Mr. Polnsett but winter season As noted earl Walsh Venice: J. E Miner
Lake Venice Golf Club on June the exit. only 8 or 7'ot them are suitable ier, the plants do not like too Nokomis: and junior members

EDWARD D. BALL .. ........ ... ..... ................... Editor and Publisher 12, 13 and 14th. for outdoor planting in much water. Keep soil aroundthe Charles Smith end Richard
Try to imagine driving up a Florida. Those with red blossoms roots moist but avoid an Rohlwing Venice: and Mir-

1 COURTNEY WILLIS ... .... .... .... ............ ... ... Advertising Manager I because I am in attacking your June your 11th paper edition ramp to get on the Daytona (bracts) are by far the excess of water.PRUNING. garet Reed, Englewood.

SAM DILLON ... .... ... ..... ..... .............. News and Newsphoto Editor there is no mention of the track and you will have the most popular however whiteor Established The Venice club being only

ROGER KILBY .. .... .. .. .... ................ ... Mechanical Superintendent I event However the front page answer. Now, of course, these. pink are effective for con nlanta should be pruned or cut three years old boasts a membership -
I headline Crackdown Pledged same approaches may be graded trast. The plants usually: bloom back four times during the of 63. The 60th member .
On Teen Drinking Is well properly but we as individuals ) from the middle of Novemberto :vear Tue: first! cutting in was Richard Rohlwing
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In $5.25 year, $3.25 per six months $2.75 I and
county per and good but why headline the have not been able to get the middle of December and March Is all old growth cuttingand with three applications for
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county. $6 25 per year, $4 25 sensational blunders of society an answer. Maybe as a paper normally hold on until March. should be severe Cut the membershio in already the 70

per six months $3 per three months.Adrejrtlolnf j ? Your paper may well have you can.Shoold. VARIETIESThebestmown entire plant well down into mark should easily be made

.............,..,, Flo ,id. Prcu Scnlca. Geltieevllle., Fla.: Anwrinil Newepepor' Repreeentatlvoa. headlined. Junior Champion. we be so thankful be. varieties suitable for hard wood but never to a by the next meeting: After
New York., N. Y., Atlanta. Ga Detroit, Mlrh cause we are finally getting a i
single stalk. Again endeavor to short business
ship of Golf to be held at Lake Florida outdoor !growing are: meeting the
Venice Golf Club or at leastin highway after the interminabledelay ((1)) Double Reds: Henrietta, preserve a typical treelike president. Larry McIntosh |In.

reporting the Council meetIng we have had to suffer Ecke:: and Fireball (2)) Single plant with at many limbs as troduced the speaker of the

VANDALISMSouth of Tuesday, June 9, printed In silence while our livelihood Reds: Indianapolis Albert possible being careful to leaveat evening Louis Bell Bell Is i
is drained
and
the letter written by Carl our property Ecke Oak beet and Mrs Paul) least one bud or eye, other widely known numismatist of

Rohmann thanking the Councilfor values decreased? Ecke:: ((3)) WhiteEcke ((4)) wise nn new growth is possibleon Decatur Ala.. and Venice He
Sarasota County has some of the the punishment made to fit the crime. their support None of the side-road entrances Pink: Pink that limb The next three gave a very Interesting talk on

finest! recreation areas in the state for Other thoughtless individuals go to the As "Green Fee Members" so much are as a marked stake or by a even lightat PLANTING LOCATIONS prunings should be guaged by the live market in the coin
Poinsettias to thrive under the growth of the plant. A rule world today. He told of
appear his
husband and I amazed
both the young and for grownups.Tr beach and leave a mess behind. They mv at the treatment were night. It is by guess or by most all conditions They of thumb Is the three national early days when he bought 19>0
your paper
litter the place with beer cans, gosh where you are going.. holidays, to wit: DecorationDay Denver nickels
for the up pop and the Venice Golf Assn !eave will grow in full sunshine, filtered for M.50 a rolland
( se areas are provided enjoy In Parade Magazine Sundayan
and chicken sunshine or full shade. July Fourth and Labor 1931 San Francisco
bottles, paper cups end plates the wonderful children. First, pennies
article titled "Pick The
.m.nt of all. It is. shame some Individuals there were but a very few elders They will prow with any ex- Day The two Intermediate for Jl.50( a piece all unclrcu-
bones. Year's Scenic Highway. U.S.
M to appreciate them. present to cheer them on, oosure North South East or cuttings of the new growth may lated. After his speech a. lively -
After had a good time at the 41 In this area could never! be varied somewhat to time
you've mostly parents. I want to congratulate West. Wind Is their greatest as question and answer period
Some have been the targets recently of qualIty. should be depending on the growth of the ensued.!
so
beach take a minute or so to police thingsup. Mrs Blanche Celli Listen to what It it enemy, they

wanton vandalism. The senseless destruc The lockjaw you get from steppingon as the only member of the city takes to qualify as a says scenic grown close to a building for plant.however The fourth should or final made cutting The door prize was won bya
council She most nrotectlon. Those grown on the be new member of the
was
present night
tion of the footbridge at South Venice highway:
a rusty tin can or the sliced foot you gracious and performed a North side of a building will not later than the 10th of September Richard H. Moeller Moeller

Beach is a case in point These irresponsible get from a broken bottle may be your great service. Secondly, from "It must drive well with have deeoer green foliape. will In making the three returned the prize to the secretary -

individuals should be caught andTHE own. my own observation and with gentle curves, easy grades and require less water but will ma. latter cuttings try to leave and said he would 1 lye

speaking with the parents, the wide lanes. ture a little later. On the !South two to four leaves on each to donate it In a special draw.

party given Saturday eveningwas "It must be well-planned side the reverse: is true. Polnsettios stalk or limb The number will Ing for the junior members

I more than they expected with good use of land, mini. like moisture, hut do vary because the overall sht.x e present, The lucky winner was

DRAFT The youthful golfers were very mum destruction of property not like "wet feet" so be sure of the plant should be maintained Bobby Granger of Venice.

polite and accepted what was and neighborhood."It to select R permanent planting The auction which followed'

It's been almost 24 years since Selective sure. It has been an tnconvece! to those offered but they' had been living must look good and be location which will' not flood The INSECTS Poinsettia AND plant DISEASE if was conducted by Ronald Reed,
so designed to take advantageof for length of proper.
on hot-dogs for three days! any appreciable a member and of
owner Ven
Service Director Lewis Hershey pulledthe who have been called to serve in peace have natural terrain and scenic time dnrln, henw rains.PLANTINGPoinspttt.e. ly fertilized end watered is remarkably ice Coins. The series
We probably will never Mowing
first number out of the fishbowl to time. It has meant the taking of lives another opportunity to host attractiveness." are free from disease.Its the most action were silver

crank up the modern-day military draft. of those called in wartime.But such wonderful teenagers. Zero on all counts, as far not too choosey! and will row worse so keep enemy a sharp is the watch HornWorm dollars, Franklin halves and
as U.S. 41 is concerned. In moss any kind of soil however
i In the ensuing years it has funneled it filled the need for the country'ssecurity They had to pay for all re Maybe if I write enough let. liko most any type of for these worm near the beginning Washington quarters.
freshments. I do not feel that Guests
.millions of in and the of armed ters someone will hear and of fall They are often present were Robert
young Americans out since strength the the Venice Golf Assn. should nlant will do better In rood Hardy Venice Mrs.
W
: T
difficult to detect the
as shape
to the of Devlins
aid the
of uniform, supplying the manpower for forces has never been successfully main. have permitted this I am certain come in their struggle against over soil so !give for them a chance end color of the body amazing.Iv Home, Casey Key; Mr and
Cuttings prorogating
two major conflicts and a variety of cold tained on a voluntary basis since the depression that aeveral green rontribut-fee powering odds should be obt"''ned in the e..r1vsnrlne resemble the appearance it Mrs. George! Haley North
members would have Chlo- Port Charlotte: Chuck and
the branches Sprinkling
war flare-ups. days of the 30V ed towards having free cold Mrs. George T. Devlin ; when the parent martIn Warren MacLeon Nokomis
radarie! dust on the ground under
And in the process of furnishing that President Johnson is entirely correct in drinks on the final dav if they Box 823Nokomis. I given Ita severe nrunhg at the plants discourager the East: and Mrs. Virginia Wilson

sinew for defense it has served also to suggesting the system may need an overhaul had been contacted. The lack To the end of the b'oom'ne uneclmens' s"s"on.for worms from crawling onto the Venice.
of advance publicity and the "et rood
of the most serious after all these It's doubtful plants The only sure way to
he
expose one country's years. planting selective In. the
Lake Venice Golf\ Assn's attitude
To The Editor rid of the Is to hand leaves from the stems
: get worms plannedfor
weaknesses the however that he'll find rutting' With c"noItll"". can
shamefully rate it desired
high dispensableunder left much to be pick them using a pair of use. This must be done sev

of physical shortcomings in today's youth. present conditions or until some Name WithheldThe Flag Day came to Venice he more obtained branches with or two.limbs.three The or pliers If vou are fastidious. eral days before picking the

The draft has had its drawbacks, to be other suitable substitute can be devised ( GONDOLIER carried a Sunday much, and of left a stir.without It is hard creating cuttings should b* like little POTTED POINSETTIASFOR ; blooms. The cut end of the
CHRISTMAS-At the fie stem must be treated
to
pre
number of advance stories on for me to understand why this rees rasher than g'ncle' nt .'k s.
nal pruning in September, the vent loss of the milky liquid
Fewer of this' tree-'vtie cutting
the tournament. The reason should be so. In this day and
cuttings may be set in cans An easy method Is to place the
: MEDICARERemember there was no story In the June age of ever.present threats to will he Brf>l' b1e because the
I or pots and It properly nurtured ends of the stems in rubbing
11 edition that the form of number of these forked .e"-
was copy our government we .
they will grow and bloom alcohol for about 30 minutes
,
was not received until after should be greatly interested in t'ons Is necefwily limited

the Medicare proposal of would cost more than any other piece of the paper had gone to press) instilling the love of flag and The Duality and beauty, )'Oow. for spring Christmas they may be Then transplanted in the After cold which water.they In can a be flat placedin reccpttble -

the Kennedy Administration? It got nowhere social legislation in history." First year country into the young Americans ever of the new nlcnts which as the beginning of new they make an excellent .

and a good many people probablythink costs, alone, are estimated at $1.7 billionto To The Editor: ,. How can they really learn can sections'he grown Is definitely with( the enhanced forked plants for the garden center piece for the din-
except through concerted civic
that it is a dead issue. But it is $4 billion. Yet, this colossal bill would I am writing you regardingthe efforts to promote this important The tnmk! or bole of this) tree- FOR USE AS CUT FLOW- ing table and will retain their
for three
ERS Polnsetta! make pretty fresh or
far from that. For, as Robert Cubbedge meet only about a quarter of the older four-lanmg, of U. S. 41 from part of their education. like cutting shouM Vie from (fI I cut -flowers. First; cut off the four days appearance
Blackburn Rond through Noko- The powers that be even failed to 10 "InrhM lone. The length of
writes in the April, 1964 issue of Th.Reader's needy person's average annual medical
mis. for which we have been to have the flag flying over the Inrf'vMua' limbs of the cut-:
Digest, "One of the few cer expenses. And it does not provide for waiting for about 10 years the Chamber of Commerce, Unit will be determined bv the I

tainties of 1964 Is that the King-Ander paying for prolonged, or catastrophic ill. Never in our wildest Imagining surely a uniquely American In. number' of btids or eves from Venice Area Church Directory

could we have pictured stitulion for democratic action. which' the new growth will de-
$ son bill, popularly known as Medicare, ness. Basically, it would with limitations .
pay
what has happened I suggest that a Venice Com velon Re sure ther Is at least
will be one of the loudest and most for only 90 days of hospitallation. !- In the 16-mile drive from mittee for Patriotic Observances one. bud two or three Is preferable 8T tJATHANIFt-S! PPISOOPALCHURCH: TRINITY METHODIST omtcwWopler

deceptive issues of the Presidential of ThU" tvpe of cutting Lene
Sarasota! you will find many composed one member (Oil GOO a.... orrir. North Port CharlotwWonhlp
from each of our will result In manv more new Turn Wvl .. Llvhthoun Strtlret Sundun. p:tt a.8o
\j campaign Mr. Cubbedge cites a series of practical curves, but only two are graded civic organizations could many do growth stalks. which will In R... Poke II.01........ Vic... WWSi Pint Mood.... Soo: p.mOlflclel .
; one at Hines Body Shop, /I..d. pornro, .,11 ..m Board: ifeeond Tue de.. S.8o
1} The Medicare plan provides that certain instances where Medicare would result the other starting below Albee much to aid city officials !In turn result in m .nv more lob Communion I Irt end Irt gand y.. .

in wouldn't take making Venice s city of patriots bloom in the Ixte fall. EPISCOPAL MISSIONAt
medical I services be made availableto grave injustices. It just Road and converting a 25-mile VENICE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
second to Cutt nes! may be set out Immediately ,
none Scout Ran
everyone now drawing Social I Security care of the costs. And he then comparesit after being cut, but Venta. B.-Wir ., M,.... Armor Peter II."" .. Vfeofl
Paul E. Sanders 1109. Vlclnl Mmirfca.' Pointuodw Serrtca.riRST .
benefits, whether or not they need or with the existing Kerr-Mills Act of New Marine experience has Indicated they / School. 10 too t.m.Mnrnlnl BsndeyteO a.m.Wonhlp(
U.S.
Major, do better if nermitte to dry worship, lllOO mm.Fnninc CTTORCB
BAPTIST
want them, or are financially unable to I960. As he puts it, "Whereas King-An. Corps RetiredTo s...... tioo P m. N. ItIoN,.. II......
for a counle of weeks To plant Wod.....'. Pnnr Martini 1,00 4.. The a... Ch..... & Cutnberteea.M'ufitar .
pay for them. It would be paid for derson would provide minimal coveragefor punch holes at the I location selected .

in part, at least by an increase in the rich and poor alike, solely on the Neighbors The Editor: and insert the cutting VEMCE-NOKOMI8 METHODIST: BanderI41a.m.,00a.m... Snnelar warship. BcheeLII Semea.

i I Social Security tosses It is thus designedto basis of age, Kerr-Mills provides for a I sympathize with your "Let. with phout three fourths of the CHURCH; ; S..I...... Younl. People
stem length below the ground Polio Araiin a Pohutttta. 48S-ISIS MeM.triMnei.
have great political pulling power wide range of benefits to the aged according The GONDOLIER welcomes ter to the President" as a level. Press the soil firmly John Louie Jonn Pulor.Wonhip ., Gopel. Sertife.Wedneidarl .
these new neighborsto means of relieving the tensionwe ......., lt,10 >'". ... 11 ,toe p.... Mid-week. Prae.er
the to their needs." And of the ......
among growing percentage of the 39 South County: around the stem water deeply ...mChurch. ..

i population made up of people in the states, along with all four of this country'sterritories Mr. and Mrs Lawrence build and up wish over(although these regulations hopelessly :end a rooted.keen moist A lore until screwdriver the plant MethdlN"hoo"YOU l It.m F.Ibw.hlp. Site .... CHURCH OP THE: NAZAREW

65-and-over age brackets. 3ut": writes have adopted the Kerr-Mills Jeffrey 428 Glen Oak Rd., ) that such an outspoken (to good for punching the holes; EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH South Venice
Venice Gardens from Lu expression might meet with Ja t Eat nit Junction 41 and TTe
Mr. Cubbedge "Medicare, as represented formula, which is based on a combinationof Mines Pa. and the rooting may be faHl-\ 100 I. Tunlunl Trail 4'i4StlPntor 0. M Aadrewe. MlntoterPhonal
cerne improvement in conditions for Itated by lightly scrapln the Th Rr.. Cb.rl. L Bow* ..,-600'1
In the King-Anderson bill, has run out state and federal funds, with the emphasis Mr. and !Mrs. William the emplo-'er. Cnurrh School! 5,15. Sunder School 5'Sm..
of laid local administration Hamilton, 1650 Banyan Dr., More to in bark rear the bottom of the Warship, lo.ao. .ml Mornlni Woreblp. 10:10 a-m.
political mileage among the older on ger ;you your stern of the cutting Dusting Youth 80_ .:M p.m.Ftenlni .
No claims that the Kerr-Mills Venice Gardens, from Parma writings LUTHERAN CHURCH Serriia, f00 p..
people and their younger relatives one approach ITHrhts, Ohio. this scraned area with a hormone LAKESIDE WadiMedar Prmrer Meatlnl. ,.It P-aV

'I who have taken the time to study its is flawless. It may have to be Mr. and Mrs, Thomas A. M MITCHELL will promote rooting. ,. R.I ...I.M.lvli South. a on Mo U,.8...41P 484004
Route 1, Box 920, FFPTILIZINO AND WA.TERTNGA _, lOtIO .... CALVARY REFORMED CHtlRCB
8 rrte
Worship
It changed and broadened. Additional federal O'learr Fast Seminole
benefits.
; ,
With a little pencil-end Venice balenred fertilizer Panda School I'II ...". OF VENICE: GARDENS

paper figuring, these people have discovered financial support may be necessary. Ohio.South Venice, from Loraln, ., Bibl CI..... Silt *.... 1101 North CATHOIIO B..,.. Dam

that the King-Anderson approach But, if Mr. Cubbedge's strongly documented Mr. and !Sire Rudolf IN kd il FIRST CHURCH BCIENTIBTI0 OF CHRIST North CHURCH Harbor OF 0,4..THE and EPIPHANY SaraeotaTelenhonel OOma

to the health problems of old age wouldbe case is correct, it represents a Sparek 72 Fast Seminole, wen V.nk* ATOM, 4nil
far sounder than Medicare South Venice, from !Maple the .1 best for folks vain Ra. Re*. II.... <'_... W. 0..1./10
bad approach to
I a baragin at best. lleichts. Ohio. recipe Sunitnr S.r.lCT 11 L., Tw'nlaj
Rvndir School 11 *..m.W.Hnf.d.7. Binder Mammy kkdubla
the health of the .
lIt; ;, Mr. Cubbedge bases this view on stud problems elderly. To Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barnes 5 .m. f,M a-m. l.oe a.m. .0 ta 1.10
quote him "To tie such 440 Shamrock Venice newly moved to Roadl.a Rnomi 10 .m. to 4 'm. doily Confeeilonal Snturder 4t ..
los made and revealed by a number of again, an out. .._ 'u.d.,. Mid holldui, u4 Otter ..... and ttie ta l,11 .-
rageously expensive plan as Medicare to Gardens, from Statesville, ....I... '"". to .
j I Congressmen. According to these, only N. C.Mr. NORTH PORT CHABLOTTI
l 27 per cent of their constitutents are in Social Security would lead to higher and and Mrs. Charles VeniceTake GRACE METHODIST: CHURCH CHURCHES

I higher taxes, which the average citizen, finnnon. 3'70 Center Road, Corn) of Plaid and D.iU.Bet FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHTJRCB
I favor of the King-Anderson bill and 62 Mlle D.Pesta.tusd. ants
young or old, would go on paying for Venice' Hardens, from Monti- .1 one phone call (or coupon below), ., School. 5,40 ..m.Wonhlp Dr. TerreaST Pmm L >".'*":'
j I cent are against it. And this attitude cello Ind. .... Worehlp Bertl-
per tonic ItlOO '" Seeds 1\,00
add hostess with baskets of and -
the of his The gifts .
rest life. tax load ilmuKeaeoue,
moreover M. Y. F. l>00 pm.Blbl. Child...'. Claee heW
Mr and flaney
: I certainly does not result from a belief fall Mrs. Ore- ,-.....-.-. Information about the city stir in genuine Stuor. till. .JnWodnmlw.. with Adult eerrlca.rooi .
would
on those least able to ham J2S Gardenia, Venire .
I that an old-age medical I problem does hospitality, and you'll have a generous ,-
Gardens from rra.k I. 5kra
me Raw.
I pay. It would cost a secretary making Indianapolis, and welcome. just SEVENTH: DAY ADVENTIST .
= delightful
not exist. It does. It results, instead, from Ind. ; Sssd.p 5,45 sm.Mnmine .
$5200 much 1iii if r-.. To..I.40 ml ..rt of Rt 41 Worship! 11 HK) a.n"
a Just .
year as as an executive phooe. ...
.
Mr. and Mrs. Freed Fin.Putor. rite
r a knowledge that Medicare is not the Fstmarh Nokoml. Communltr Hrnanelntl
; i! earning $52,000 a year the King- 601 Nenon 10i4kFrnnr
1 proper or wise way to approach it. fervfa.it Snturdw I 10 .m- CHURCH
Anderson formula Gardens from Grand Rapids, _Ina.VENICENOKOMIS ST. RAP 'sLFAR
may be potent Sortie! 1t0 Tiuerlu or ENGLEWOOD: ;
I { Here Mr. Cubbedge enters the realmof Mlfh. V\\ CtuaaJnia
vote-bait but W.
matter how Serf
no you sugar. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mar. 'I t agon PRESBYTERIAN: : Rb Re. Hear. Factor

statistics. According to him, "Studies coat it, it's bad medicine for both the shall 10'! South Banyan VenIre s CHURCH Sunder Man ItOO envHolrdar
j Mlnliterl Ditld' A. Bow lee
t t1.. show that the King-Anderson program young and the old. Gardens from Alaska. : ntat naM.r. 141 The HwKo" Venlr Confeetlone Man Before 1:00: Male eah _
Mr. and Mrs. Ellh C. Bee- 88-5808 : Telephone 48SK2Im _
PHONE
: tie, 430 Hickory Lane, Venire --.ar err err r.rrr0 ..gt Worship S T,ltee Sundnrl l<<0 ."-, UNICHURCH: OF
If : Gardens from Erie Pa, t I Fellowship Hell II ...... Gerdei ...*. CONGREGATION ALCHRISTIANIVANCrEUCAL
WILL HISTORY REPEAT? Mr. end kin Frank Ca. WELCOME NEWCOMERS! Hurt AND REFORMED
f
Use this to let know here .. Obis Pe.OMlnleter -
I nnnlro 404 Glen Oak, Venice coupon us you'ri The a. t Robert

,. I The average age of the world's great From complacency to apathy Gardens, from Little Falls, I NAM I II IAIN1 MARK'S Rltlm. EPISCOPAL at torrent CHURCH Sertlcai Mini held Umporerflf Glom'55 aem. .tee M

P civilizations has been 200 These N. The a... Dots Des PetMraon, Reetotgeernmenl Venue Cardena Baereatloa
From J.Mr .
: to
years. apathy I II
f dependencyFrom I Bondare. MI
and Mrs. William ADDRESS, ..... 5esirm- taaree School with slam

nations progressed through this sequence: dependency back again to Bondage Ford 401( Redwood Venice I CITY I II :10 >.mMornlnt .of Hair Communion.T an. o oqx the eduh Adult.la- .1,18 ire /.,5el

t F From Bondage to spiritual faith G rdens, from Chlragn: Prom and Sermon, *.. Senate Cen'er M.* 4e
nap. "
I 0 Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on i" ; .. I an at tom of B-h. *.
I Mr. md Mrs John Fdtw I Church bat e-m mad H a {05 Shemrneh
i! I. I From spiritual faith to great courage In 13 our United States will be fen 541: Redwood. Venire I 0 I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I Venice. Oerdena _

$ : ,I From courage to liberty years Gardens, from Miami Fla. I D I already subscribe to the FIRST BAPTIS1 CHURCH: OF VENtC.Aleh.rd CHURCH
t GONDOLIER CHRISTIAN
200 old. This is inevitable I FIRST ;
cycle not L Llord. Pam
'I From liberty to abundance yean Mr. and Mrs Warren t. i Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept., 8und. School t>4e ..... iDleetplee, of ChrMI
t it depends upon YOUI! Rnellenberrer. SB*. PherMnn, I Worehlp SwtlM 11100. em.Trelnlni "......to Temple Eaet '."''CVAJJ -

From abundance to selfishnessFrom from Venice, Gardens, from Holland L;r.eveweeWrownorWmeeelteeomsesmoses.:':: r.pr.:::: ; ; .:. I....=- ..... 1"11-=.1 ....'.. .U.......,..... 1:10 rIn: e.m.ttt p.. Bnader Pats School The 1:11 Ret. aja.PAGE 0. M.

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ICE, FLORIDA,_ THURSDAY, JUNE_ It, 1964 i
-- THE GONDOLIER PAG ft.Ju, ,
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I.sunFlavorl.abel In National TestPlarida's I What outside of the house mows

Young People Think I Nokomis Nettings lawn, keeps bushes and shrub

new emblem of the bery clipped, tends the flowers
emblem.
fruits' and vegetables, the Officials regard .,- and in general keeps the place
>alit LAvor? is being tested to California's system, as Florida' answer By MARY ALICE MURRAY manicured At the age of 86, I
Sunklat label that is being to
the country in markets young my way
"roil stores. The plant to market the Phone 488-5349 of thinking H, outdoes a lot
grocery
d state's highest quality of younger men. Perhaps that
produce
potatoes, sweet corn and under a distinctive label Mrs Lucille Bates reports L. W, Barnes still is a patient is why his years lay lightly upon
,ltrmelons are the first exiles the brainchild of Agriculture was she has just been to a Curry in Venice Hospital and Improving him. I
of commodities! Commissioner Doyle] reunion at the Bartow home of daily Probably will be
bearing the distinct He Conner Donald Hubert Wilson. All kinfolk home within a week or 10 days.
state
proposed the
e plan] to the Radicalism is often
Just
of her mother an
85
that reflect 1963 and only
emblem only Florida Fruit and --
of Florida Vegetable present! Quite a family when empty stomach shouting for a I
quality Assn.
top pro- convention and of. Mr and Mrs William C, Albright
e
red fruits and vegetablesnentually ] fend a cash prize| for the win. one can gather together that has had their son, Glen, place at the food trough
at one place and
one
many kinds of nine label Later, after adop- time many, and his wife and two children,
.due! will be marketed un- tion of the emblem, the plan Lisa and Rick down from St
(
SunFLAvor label. was proponed to the state Petersburg. They brought a
By Leg.
the
', spring, the State Depart. islature which adopted it and Mr and Mrs. John Schiller perfectly beautiful fish aquarmm -
it passed the law recently had callers from down with them with I ia
of Agriculture expects to regulate it, some
ft,,
When Hi rtford, Mich., Michael and
the program moves in- I rare tropical fish in it Glen
items to be ii
"0ut 20 carrying to high gear next season, national Alice Castleman who were visiting feels almost like a native, as
promotion and advertising M / their son and daughter in he went to school here in VenIce
FREESUN will also begin, Florida of. Whitfield Estates. They are in 1941William ,

ELECTRIC ENGINE ficials look hope for that the housewiveswill taking Michigan their with mother them back to -0- l

DIAGNOSIS CLINIC label SunFLAvor The Sr-hilleri also had other Wahl was 86 years
in buying groceries because callers young this past week I say'young" SERViSOFTJAMES
Check Electrical and Jerry and Sylvia Misek
To the ]label will
certify the lives with his
as he
from Lyone, 111, who
are on
Jirburetion Performance of best in Florida's i
Car Engine, All Males products p4 9ot-mvhs"* 5 4&' their way to Rhinelander, Wis., daughter, Mrs. Julian Brown,
four
for the summer and take. complete care of the
1NJ Models. Machines are talking to other _
Call/ lor Appointment machines over the telephone, s -0- .:...... : ::;; 1,
IS 17,20 .Barn 'til often at the rate of 3,200 words w Stella Schiller is now doing e
noon
,
race a minute Computers converse W pretty well after an accident
WOOD when a translator, called a .r' v t in her backyard, twisting her /!

CHRYSLER digital subset, converts their leg and tearing a cartilage In T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC.fatohltahed
Phone 488.6745 "language" into electronic impulses her knee. Very painful and will (
be of long duration before she
A
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__ fully recovers /
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Lucille Bates also wants aUto 1., 243 W. VENICE AVE
know she had a card from
SENATOR AND MRS. Philip A Hart rule to relax the controls and throw schedules our Bertha Perkins telling her VENICE, FLORIDA
the roost with a firm hand but know when to the winds. she feels quite well and will PHONE Select and Consult an Independent
T, have all her klssln cousins"' Insurance Agent ai you r
visiting her from Nashville 4886791 would your Doctor or Lawyer.

TASTES How Harts Cope. With TeensBy I Tenn., this week


the winds on weekends when mother Sixteen-year-old Ann IP..,.'"....
GILBERT YOUTH SERVICE the family piles. into their big undaunted by a limp caused by in the

WASHINGTON For the Greenbriar bus and heads for childhood polio, neverthelesshas
eight children of Senator and their Warrenton, Va., farm. a barrel of friends in if4 83'1) 4/4 I
Mrs Philip A, Hart, home life "It'a a good place for the Washington and a sense of
Is a mixture of discipline and boys to let off steam," says humor about her handicap .
flexibility.The blond Jane Hart one of 12 "She's likely to say to the --- 0Fisherman's
discipline consists of no women aviators in the countryto kids at the drug store counter
cJOJ deviation from the rules whenit pass the astronauts' rugged Look I I'm a cripple!! Some Wharf
comes to curfews, home- physical tests, times she goes a little too far
work hours, and self.service at "The girls don't find it as out," says Mrs. Hart.
.J breakfast time, Interesting, because there's no Mrs, Hart explains her theories SUNDAY JUNE 21st

But schedules are thrown to social life," explains their on teenagers In this way Choice of .
"Daily living must be hand
led In bulk, with no arguments BAKED HICKORY SMOKED HAM
Midnight is the latest girl X2.95
Venice Gardens NevIs any
should be out, so that's curfewfor ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF

Ann and Cammie, After e BAKED LOBSTER THERMIDOR
that hour they're likely] eitherto
By MRS. VICKI FREEMAN get in trouble or be involvedin BAKED CHICKEN & SPANISH YELLOW RICE
someone else's trouble." CHItDREN
Phone
488.6184Venice
All the children, regardlessof Served with

Gardens Recreation July 11, at 2 p.m. a Bicycle sex and type of activity, are Appetizer Salad Vegetable $
Too often people who wouldn't dream of eating off.flavor Center Is holding a stuffed pet Rodeo will be sponsored by told to wake their mother when Potato Hot Roll and Butter 1 5 0
food will choke down foul tasting sulphur water or show Saturday at 2 p.m. JudgIng Venice Gardens Rec Center. they come In "I'm so accus-
chlorine water. because they don't know how easyit will begin at 3 o'clock and First, second and third place tomed to going right back to Beverage a Dessert
all pets must be registered by prizes will be awarded for the sleep that sometimes in the Ave.
Is to Improve it! --- --- --- U.S. 41, N. of Venice
2:45.: Judges for the contest best decorated bicycles, Con morning, I can't remember if
The cure It a special home-water filter,the Aqu.PurelT phone
will be members of the Junior tests will be staged to test the i they did check in," says the
ste and Odor filter that
Council and prizes will be skilled and safety conscious wife of the Michigan senator 4884317'I
can be Installed under
awarded for the most handsome youngsters. So, boys and girls,
kitchen sink In
your minutes. stuffed pet, the most cud. start practicing now and comeon
It filters out all
dlesome, the cutest, the most out and register
bad tastes and odors, loved the largest and the
gives you all the really smallest.
good.tasting cooking and -oRegistration ABOUT ENGLEWOOD

drinking water. you can j I for Bovs Softball .

use. League will be Tuesday, Banging It Outwith \
Only a modest Investment I I June 23, at ZOO: p.m. All boys
and a simple ages 9 to 13 are Invited to come f l ,1.1'i tiT
Installation problem ... me Hwi-rwl tall mt.. tint out and "PLAY BALL.. Pat Bang
just pick up your phone Alter to are Hf m rt thi Milntptetri -0- We had the Lewises, Ralph
,
and tell us to bring one MmpMim swats CM- All you square dancers, from and Jean, down to see the night
out and Install it. Your 101,1.ItunlKl, iqulpmint C.robatias-,IM a waaly CaneTamil .. beginners to old pros, be sure blooming Cereus They had r
and guests! will .,.", of AMIIICa" MACNINE a and come out Friday nights to never seen one before Ours NJV1t1l.7A tlfJ17l
thank you. IOUNOKY COMPANY Venice Gardens Rec Center bloomed one night earlier this al a
Milt Trueman has a workshop year and we had three which, 1,
Gulf-Shamrock Plumbing, Inc. from 7:30: to 8, and dancing by the way, had opened full l as. Ill" f
from 8 to 10:30.: You'll meet when they got here However,
new friends and maybe some they were both enthralled and
628 E. Venice Ave. Venice Ph. 488.6241488.2465 old ones too, Jean went home with a blossom

-0- wrapped in waxpaper, It
Coming events: Saturday, will keep a few days in the
refrigerator She will show It
proudly to friends near by
$
-- Just $7 month
The old Dixon Restaurant a more

has had a face lifting, The neon r rAsaw
lights were all removed, the
windows and doors masked
and it was sprayed a dazzling -----

white Whoever did the
Job was very thoughtful of
neighbors they had the
machine In back: of the build- rI
Ing and there was just a little I La \\ i
hum, Instead of an ear splitt $
ng noise It looks very nice.
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took 23 days for the Anchorage -
Times to reach us from
Alaska It is most interesting

I Anyone wanting to see it can -
come in anytime. We would
like to share it Sixty-four I

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or to get whatever you .J

it's equipped the way you want it: V-8 engine. Power steering. Power ;
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YOUR -OF loading. And we move your take your order today d.... .6 ***<>* .., p.?."Sadudlas *...,.- -i., ....cat. k** u_ IOMM oe w.ante
OF JUNE 30 DIVIDENDS. furniture at so little cost. Swift I

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VENICE FLORIDA
THE GONDOLIER I THURSDAY JUNE 11 IOu

Haley Report --- "



I Government Operates World's Biggest 'Grocery Store'By '' 1



REP. JAMES A HALEY through the farm relief program -I Barley, grain sorghum, corn, and the school lunch program. loaves for donation to school stricken Puerto Rican municipalities -
The scope of what the United< which dates back before upland I and extra long staple: Purchase of 1,014,000 poundsof lunch and domestic welfare eligible for donation of I
States government it doing the years of the New Deal.I cotton, rye, oats, wheat, red dried whole egg solids for programs. Government-owned feed grains I German Measles Epidemic Slows
and has been doing for would not attempt to out. kidney ,
years pea great northern distribution to needy families Solicitation of bids for saleto for emergency stock feeding.
to help feed man and beast line, even with much greater and pinto beans, flaxseed, rice, under the direct donation pro.gram. CCC of 8,900,000 pounds of Research grants to scientific JACKSONVILLE The epi 7,810 cases have been
both domestically and worlds space than this report permits, shelled or unshelled peanuts, demic of German measles repotted.
I : 'e 1 la so vast that it is difficult how far-flung is this program. cottonseed oil, butter and cheddar Solicitation of bids for sale enriched milled rice for donation institutions In Finland ($70,608 which hit Florida early this Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, &
for the human mind to.rnsp. But Just one day's batch of cheese all in heavy Inventory .i to CCC of 32,160698 pounds of to domestic. charitable establishments. and $69.391)), India, ($72,984)), year appears to be subsiding, rector of the board' BUU
Agriculture Department mimeographed in warehouses and cold bulgar a special type of wheat Israel ($69,320)) and Spain $24( ,. the Stale Board of Health said of Preventable Diseases,
But it 1 Is a fact that the announcements to storage. But with all these meal, of which 31.760(50 Purchase of 1.310,000 of 776 and $74.736)) to be financed today. Cases reported have a rash accompanies the sad j...
n'iment has been operatm.1th the press serve to indicate thing! on hand, it still needs! pounds would be for donation USDA choice grade canned and from foreign currency obtained dwindled from 1,160 the weekending ease but that the infectlOll
(' world's greatest "grocer; how vast are the program's, food to satisfy demands upon it overseas and the remainder for frozen beef, of which 5,817,000 by aale abroad of surplus March 27 and 1.570 the 10 mild mAny people' to
store" and the world's greatest boundaries for food. So the package of domestic school lunch and welfare will be distributed to schools I American farm products, work ending April 3 the two report it. "As a conaequenna
rel'ef and charitable program I First in the package was a mimeographs also announced: programs. and institutions and 3,492,050 'which money cannot be converted highest to 161 the week ending he said, "we are fairly cetafn,
ever since it became the repos. Commodity Credit Corp. catalog Purchase of 1,805,440 pounds Purchase of 3.150.400 poundsof pounds donated to needy fami into dollars for researchin May 29. that there have been
1 story for surplus food and fIber of food and fiber it has for of butter in one-pound prints pasteurized Cheddar cheese, lies.An this country. I In all of last year 1,008 cases erably more cases than eon-d.
sale In June at bargain rates: for donation to needy families to be packed In five-pound ordei making drought- See what I mean? were reported, So far this year I been reported. ham

Venice East -



SALLY NewsBy STCBBS ### a

Suzanne and Don Dysert of 4'
221 Venice East Blvd are on at
a flying trip to the British West yOUSAVALLWAV

they Indies lOre In staying Kingston at,the Jamaica Court-, : ''wLIX''

leigh Manor Hotel. After a
abort visit there they will fly
to Nassau They can relax com '
pleMly as they know their lit. :
tie boys are being well taken tMARKRT'i
care of by their good friend, '
Mrs. Bertha Drew. Mrs. Dysert
I
is on vacation from her position .
as head bookkeeper at EVERY DAY LOW PRICES
Cyro's Venetian Moon and Mr.
Dysert from his service ela-
tion. 9 SPECIAL SALE PRICE FEATURES
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Mr. and! Mrs Edwin Hansen
have returned to their home on w S&H GREEN STAMPS
110 Sandhurst Drive after six
weeks in the east. They visited L
their children and grandchildren
PUBLIX "EXTRA.MEASURE" SERVICE
In South Porte Conn. and ?
in North Conway, N. H. They
went up in the White Mountains it S\
ski country and there was
much snow on Mt. Washington.
On their return trio they visited All Flavors
Mr. and Mrs Frank Holt
ham in Lavalette N. J. The
Hanaena met the Holthams at njello : lOc
Quad City Golf course when o pkg.

'I they this were winter.vacationing The Hansens H Venice Even safe for Nylons CloroxBleach

report the Holtham's will be I ,
back next year with the IntentIon half

residence of taking in the up area.permanent. The two 114"0' o. . gal. 32cC

couples spent a week end in ,
'. hive Campbells
Atlantic City and visited other places of Interest in the area ch"
of the Holthams country t 1>Ir' 0
-.-- doe" : Tomato 5 -CO" 1 lOcSuI"
OUp. .
The Lloyd Carvers of 134 \
..,K
Paddington! Road will leave '
this week for Open Woods Lake h" Wh'le.
near Honesdale, Pa. to spend S
the next three months The "
Scot
Carvers have been summering Tissue cog fi lOc
at this resort for many years : \.t.tAO
and are looking forward to renewing \ 4 Van Camps .
their many friendshipswith

each year the people The Woods who Lake return resort } #
Pork & 3001 lOc
Beans
land owns and the one 100-acre sauare mile private of 29r t .

.,-,. lake I Is in the middle of this 601'
; land The 1 lake i is stocked with
f only trout and pickerel and the (
Carvers often see 14 or IS deer
i right on their lawn late in the
Reason The nearby golf course P
If' "Cricket Hill" will be sided ik'C '
I t with blooming mountain laurel Grot'I(
I
l
i by the time the Carvers ar. q A
: } rive. While at their summer IvE
home they expect visits from GShfPpe
their two daughters and familles
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1:I
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:/ Mr. and Mrs. James r. I .
Stelnbacker and two children o5po fed Fro,
=
; will visit them from Portville, r e.
I' ,, N. Y. and Mr and Mrs. A. L. lJ GREEN
Swisher and two boys from I
?
1 Overbrooke, Kan. To visit in / STAMPS Pe
I this 'dreamy' sounding resort PRICES EFFECTIVE (E
,g must really be a thrill vacation Y
for the grandchildren Mr and .
Itl Mrs. Carver will also visit In S
I their former home town of puBUx ; VENICE ONLY Ib
Boyertown Pa. before return.'i' e..aa.r.e .
Ing to Venice East
I 29c
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JUNE 18Vow
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As resident agent for Venice
\ East Community Assn. Mr. Ed-
ward Tracy reports he has received
the official certificateof T

,I .; incorporation. This document for the sinned association .. Am50 fJ'u OlSI \

and sealed by Secretary of the J1l Greon Stamps
,l l1 State Tom Adams is proof that ,, 'S
1 the organization had complied I _-/'ewaw e4 ASSORTRO Eo tor.I \

1 with all of the existing law. Singleton Frown PAD Shrimp
!i of the state of Florida. I .
-0- : i'/2-'i> bag $1,79 rSwift's "

Mr and Mrs Frank Bilek, Q2 OOOOOOOQQOOUOO ICI
t of Cleveland, Ohio, who have .. \\ "
I owned a lot In Venice East for ..
i ; four years are now here to I"
Premium'.
I + oversee construction of their 'C .
,, t; new home. At present they are
it staying with Mr. and Mrs.
I'I I j \ t James Smith at their home at Canned Ham 329 QC
f dy 1 118 Paddington Road. TheBilek's s-tb.I
I, plan to rent a place in
1I1 I the area until the house Is
I I; 'I t completed. Breakfast Club Evaporated (limit; 6)) half goI \. O

I + Guests an Ide.long t friends
+, r visiting at the home of Mr. and Milk :toll 10c
..I Mrs. Russell Moore are Frank I .
and
Mary ,
\ r Strong from Brie,
I i'I ,( ; Pa and Gordon and Ivy Burns,
from Ontario, Canada.. This 1 Is Marcel White or Pastel!
: i1 tg the third visit of the Burn and
f Y .u.j the Strongs to the Moores evidences

\t( !5 1 couples' the have enjoyment together.the three Napkins.i .K;: 10 1 <


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Ice CrealD . !golf:! 47c Sliced|' Beets . #can 303 10 R : Swift's Premium Boneless
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Hunt's Delicious Yellow Cling F&P Whole/ Kernel lb.

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PAGE SIXTEEN THE GONDOLIER I VENICE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE la, 1964


I Overbrook Gardens NewsBy d1 yl ylf N P C Personals I his Pan the new brother American location and Boulevard wife The,-sniH.Charles-had.'. 'I

r x Mr. and Mrs. George Buch now call it the Campus in the and Doris Perez, here for d''I,
By MIRY E. KROIPA Clouds" visit over the weekend !
innn on Marlus Road held a I Charles,
are happy to report Mr. cervical plexus] area of the from an enjoyable vacation o 1 .urprise party fei honor of their and Doris are moving to Tarn. i i
Millard Hogencamp on Bridge spine He is convalescing at three weeks in Illinois They neighbors l Mr and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Reno Perez on pa,'' Fla. P I
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Street came home 1 last Tues home and is getting along fine returned by plan] and enjoyed Whal n, on their 40th wedding =-
day from the Sarasota, hospital He will be Incapacitated for the flight very much. Their Jet anniversary Others attendingthe -
where he had uncle,gone surgery about six months. Mr. Hogen arrived in Tampa from Chicago fit party were Mr and Mrs.
for a ruptured disc in the camp wishes to thank his many in two hours They visited Anton Wurth and Mr. Christine HAPPINESS..Is a home of yo.ti amtyou'll ,
friends for their prayers and their two son's and their wives, Ott
the many lovely cards he has Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Robbing a Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frank
FREE received. We will be happy to and Mr and Mrs. J. D. Robbins snag ti of 216 Bumford Ave., celebat-
SUN ELECTRIC ENGINE see him up and about again and their families and k ed the 48th wedding anniversary
-0- their son.in-law and daughter : last Sunday, June 14.
DIAGNOSIS CLINICTo
Check Electrical and Mr and Mrs Alfred Govroof Mr. and Mrs. T. A McAleer! \\ Mr and Mrs Dal Hancock
of Overbrook Road and Mr. and family in Downers Grove. t. celebrated their 10th anniversary
Performance
Carburetion and Mrs A. J. Kroupa of Neptune 111 They visited other relatives with a week-end trip to
Your Car Engine All Makes Drive motored to Fort and friends in and around Miami, where they visited with
and Model. Myers ]last Thursday to havea Downers Grove and other partsof friends.
Cell for Appoinfmtnt look see in and around the Illinois. They enjoyed their 6M yM May the years ahead be rich,
June 18, 19, 20.Sam 'til noon business district. visit very much but said they m S' e rewarding years full of all the enJey
would rather be here in Floe
WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH -0- good things of life
ida when it is hot than up
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rob- -0.-
Phone 488.6745 bins of 1157 Fairview Drive returned North. -o- tie Dr and Mrs Terrence Peterson it more with GOLD SEAL
home last Thursday are happy to have their
Mr and Mrs. Edward Smithof HOME FINANCING
-----, 1994 Greenlawn] Drive and son Terry Paul Peterson home
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flagler for a summer vacation TerryIs
of Venice enjoyed a picnic a atudent at Covenant Col.
lunch on Manasota Beach last lege In St. Louis, Mo. The college Helping you Cod happiness Ue Is our greatest
has purchased the large
Tuesday. RETIRING TO VENICE-Major William C Buerkl left, hotel, better known as the pleasure. To* finest things said about our mortgage
--- is receiving the Army Commendation Medal from Brigadier ,
Castle in the Clouds, on top of
Mrs. Hugo Fischer assisted loans are said by the many families whom we have
General Roland B. Anderson upon Buerkl's retirement from Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga
by Mr Fred Cromwell entertained
the neighborhood Birth.- the army at Rock Island, 111 Major Buerkl and his family Tenn and will be movIng helped to become established In their own homes
are going to make their home here. this summer with the fall
day Club with a dinner Saturday

Can we help you'
DStatt?fj1d I 0 evening at her home on term opening in September to
f/ 'f'Vl 2045 Forked Creek Drive This I -I;
Nokomis Firm Hands
month one birthday (Mrs. A. Changes
J Maon) and several anniversaries Swim In oyo '
DAD'S DAY were observed at the NOKOMIS Purchase of the function under the direction of 0/ 1
SARASOTA
dinner Those present were Mr. Lester Davis Roofing and Sup.ply Mr Bennett and it Is the aim Water I
and Mrs. A. J. Masin Mr. and Company for an undisclosed of the new management to .J01 I
Mrs. Frank Noble Mr and price was announced this continue with the same qualityof AT !
I Mrs. Horace Krlder Mr. and week by Earle L. Kilton, Nokomis workmanship and good service and loan asaodatlonDOWNT01
Mrs James Walsh, Mr. and ." Warm Mineral
and his in-
1 developer, son
Mrs. Josenh Robbins, Mr and
active of the CIILP'crt
DICK & MEADOWS An supporter
i law John C. Bennett II
IE
Mrs M T. Bohon, Mr end .
e Venice Area Chamber of Commerce 1111 YNa STREET A Leta Al ttiouwoei IL
.
PHARMACY Howard' Van Hern, Mr and Springs
Bennett has been associatedIn Kilton was tributed by
1 231 W. Venice Ave. ph 4886774 Mrs A. J. Gosoeter the host SOtfTHSItE VENICE
the business with Davis. the VACC earlier this year for la TIN&AI ea 1IUIIl Do&I.I 4K a mittm teaIT'S
f G Venice Medical Center fred Cromwell !nd the hoses I 12 Miles South of Venice _
ph. 488.3985 J : *. Mrs. Hugo Fischer. After Kilton further announced that having recruited the most new OnUS4l .
dinner' the evening was enjoyed "the same organization will members
I m by playing cards. ----
i -
Mr and Mrs. Ray Le ch of
ELECTRIC RAZORS $12,95 up 1941 San Remo Point Drive '
Mr and Mrs. Max Miller of e
SHAVING SETS Neptune Drive and their houw-
Old Spice a Yorktown guests Mrs Miller's' brother

Yardley Revlon and and Mrs wife Al from J. Illinois.Bunton Mr.and

Black Watch Stab sons Journeyed to Myakka
State Park Sunday and enjoyed EASY TO PIT A
TOBACCOS LIGHTERS a picnic lunch The out-of-
PIPES town guests enjoyed seeing the
wild life throughout( the park.

WRIST WATCHES $7.95 up The BPW held their regular
business meeting last Thurs-
KODAK CAMERAS $5.95 up day evening at the home of NEW FORD INTO
one of the members Mrs Ruth
I Bailey on St Clair Road. Mrs.
x Bailey served a buffet dinnerto
I 28 members and three
guests This being the first
meeting of the newly elected
officers all officers were present
They are as follows: Mrs. YOUR VACATION PLANSVACATION
Margaret Leach, president;
Mrs. Irene Scott first vice-
Ea" president; Mrs. Ruth Conder,
;:;: second vice-president; Mrs. ,
Cle Minch, recording secretary I
; Mrs. Vera Miller, corresponding I
secretary and Mrs
LORD BUXTON Laura Leach, treasurer Mrs.
Bea Jenkins, parliamentarian
"LEATHER 'N' WOOD" and Mrs. Betty Telfer installed
Walnut Inlaid. on Black or three: new members Mrs. AND NEW FORD y
Brown Morocco Virginia Stein Mrs Dorothy

( ( Wallet S10.9S A Flowers very and interesting Mrs. Dawn talk Ware.was. AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN

given by Mrs. Dagny Peterson '.
1
Tamer chairman of civic partici
Key
I SET I Ii pation program on the recrea- AFFORD BOTH !
lion: program of Englewood]

... The evening was enjoyed by
1 .. all and the club was very happy vacation carefree in have
I -- You can't a car you
at the close of the meetingto
I : : know Mr. and Mrs Robert to care for. Trade in old car cares to us .
: Bailey so graciously donateda
r contribution for their mutual and take off in a '64 from Ford. Our sales Galaxle 500 4-Door Sedan. The South's Ideal vacation car. Has a
-- ----- -- benefit ,
-- -- -- smoother ride extra insulation against heat and longer Intervals
.. have sizzled to record highs and were fanning between scheduled service than any other car In Its class.

r11111 the flames with record-high trade allow.
I Ponder's Drive-In
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ances. Take a hot tip: act now!


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